Lil Wayne says that there are no chance of a reconciliation between himself and Birdman following last weekend’s vodka throwing incident at LIV nightclub in Miami.
The Young Money head was performing at the club on Saturday while Birdman was partying in the VIP with his friends. As soon as Weezy started performing his song “Coco” which is a diss towards Cash Money and it’s execs, cups of vodka started coming onto the stage from the VIP box.
Lil Wayne left the stage leaving crowd was visibly upset with Birdman. Sources close to Young Money told Urban Islandz that Wayne felt disrespected and is making it clear that there is no chance of reconciliation following that incident.
“Wayne felt like Baby crossed the line because he was really drenched in whatever drink was thrown and Baby was just standing there,” our source said. “After that we can safely say that there is no chance that they will reconcile and work out their differences. Wayne want off that label and his album to be released. That is a simple fact.”
The above video clip will give you a partial view of the incident. Sources also told us that Wayne is telling his people that Birdman should have go in the studio and record a diss song if he didn’t like the song “Coco.”
“Throwing a drink on someone is the ultimate diss, he could have simply go into the studio and record a response if he didn’t like what Wayne was saying in his song. Doing that just means that he want things to get physical. But Wayne is bigger than that and it’s not like he couldn’t retaliate, it’s just not worth it man,” sources told us.
Lil Wayne is suing Birdman and Cash Money Records for $51 million following a fallout last year over his oft-delayed album Tha Carter V.
Back in December Weezy told his fans on Twitter that his label Cash Money is holding him hostage by refusing to release his new album Tha Carter V despite it being ready.
To all my fans, I want u to know that my album won't and hasn't been released bekuz Baby & Cash Money Rec. refuse to release it.
— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) December 4, 2014
There are also reports that two of the top artists signed to the label, Nicki Minaj and Drake, want to leave along with Wayne.