According to Weezy F. Baby, his Young Money artist roster is still jam-packed with talent.
“I have this cat from Canada. His name is Drake. I have a female. Her name is Nicki Minaj. She has a cool body and she’s been in a movie or two. I’m not sure if you guys have heard of her, but I think it’s gonna work with her too. I got Cory Gunz, Jae Millz. Other than that, you got me, Hoody and Gudda Gudda in a group called L.A.T. that’s Loyalty Amongst Thieves. And then you got a beautiful woman by the name of Stephanie [Acevedo]. She literally doesn’t have to sing a song because she’s so beautiful. I think the first video is gonna be called ‘Mute.’ We’re just gonna put her on screen and tell her to make a bunch of faces. She’s from Miami. Then you have my homeboy Baby E, little white boy. He is so talented. If I’m forgetting anybody, y’all know what I’m on.” (Q93)
This week, Cash Money boss Baby addressed his situation with Wayne and vowed to fix their situation.
“Um, I’ma heal that,” Birdman said when asked how he currently felt about his relationship with Lil Wayne. “That’s still my son. I don’t like how a lot of this sh*t went down. That’s not like a lot of sh*t that we have said. But, um, at the end of the day, I will never in my life say nothing negative about him – I won’t finish the game without Wayne.”
Last month, cameras spotted Wayne donning a “F**k Cash Money” hat outside in Los Angeles.
Lil Wayne’s wardrobe is now doing his trash-talking for him. Weezy’s favorite Birdman slam is emblazoned on a white hat he’s rocking in L.A. It’s a strong hint that Mr. Carter and the Cash Money honcho have made ZERO progress on settlement talks in Wayne’s $51 mil lawsuit. (TMZ)
In late June, Baby explained why he would not e-beef with Wayne.
“I’m in it and I know what it is. And one thing about the social media is you can’t correct it. You gotta let it be what it be. It doesn’t even make no sense to even make a comment. It don’t make no sense. People are going to believe what they read so you gotta really know how to rock with that, know how to fall back and when to fall off. That’s how I like at it. [Social media?] I ain’t on it like that.” (Big Boy’s Neighborhood)