After performing “No. 1 Stunna,” Lil’ Wayne and Birdman were on stage, and Birdman asked if he could say something.
He expressed that he wanted the world to know that he wanted to apologize to Weezy, which alludes to their legal battle. Wayne was finally released from Cash Money in June 2018, and a few days later, the pair were back in the studio. The only difference is that Wayne isn’t “owned” by Cash Money.
Watch the clip here:
Here’s what he says:
“Can I say something? Damn, bruh. It feel amazing, bruh, to be home f**king with my son. I love that n**** to death. I don’t know what y’all know but I know what the f**k I know and I know what I feel about what I know. I knew that day was gon’ come, but I didn’t know when it was gon’ come. But this n**** right here; the best n****, the realest n****, the illest n****. And I wanted to apologize to my n**** worldwide to let him know that, you heard me? That n**** put his life in my hands and Ima keep it real with that n**** and we gon’ do this shit ’till the day we die. It’s YMCMB for death. F*** you, you heard me?”