Lil Wayne Says He’ll Never Work With Birdman Again

Lil Wayne recently vented some frustrations in a series of tweets about his ongoing legal feud with Birdman and Cash Money Records. The tweet that caught everyone’s attention was the first one, which stated, “I AM NOW DEFENSELESS AND mentally DEFEATED & I leave gracefully and thankful I luh my fanz but I’m dun.” Many took “I’m dun” as a hint at retirement, and a bunch of his peers showed their support, urging him not to call it quits.

Today, Tunechi took to FS1’s Skip And Shannon: Undisputed to dispel the retirement rumors officially. Although we already knew he wasn’t going to retire because he’s come out with the theme for Undisputed and the one-off “Grateful” since those tweets, he did say something else very definitive. Weezy said he will never work with Birdman again. When Shannon Sharpe asked him specifically, “If we make the money right, can you work with [Birdman] again?” Wayne replied, “No, sir.” Catch the clip with Wayne’s full answer below.

Wayne also went on to say he views performing in front of majority white crowds as a sign that “there’s no such thing as racism,” discussed Colin Kaepernick’s recent protest of the national anthem, and gave his opinions on Kevin Durant, Dwyane Wade, and whether or not LeBron is clutch.