Birdman Apologizes to Lil Wayne: ‘We Gonna Do This S**t Til the Day We Die’

Birdman and Lil Wayne settled their differences in court and now they’ve settled it on stage.

Last night, during Weezyana Fest 2018 in New Orleans, Birdman took the mic and delivered a heartfelt apology to Weezy, finally putting an end to their long-running feud.

Birdman’s apology meandered a bit — and, be warned, featured a slew of N-words — and also included this gem of a sentence: “I don’t know what y’all know but I know what the f**k I know and I know how I feel about what I know.”

As The Blast first reported, Birdman and Lil Wayne officially ended their legal battle back in May. We’re told Lil Wayne walked away with a huge settlement, paid for by Universal Music Group, that ran well into the high eight figures.

The deal says that Lil Wayne is now officially done with Cash Money and the infamous “Tha Carter V” album will now be put out by Universal.

Weezy originally sued Birdman’s label, Cash Money Records, to have his record deal voided. He accused the label of owing him tens of millions of dollars, including an $8 million advance for “Tha Carter V,” plus $2 million once the album was finished.