Birdman is not about that ‘Hoe Shit’ in response to Rick Ross’ ‘Idols become rivals’ diss

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All of this is for Wayne.

Within the space of three verses and an extended outro, Rick Ross expressed exactly how he felt about Cash Money Records CEO Bryan ‘Birdman’ Williams in his new track, ‘Idols Become Rivals,’ which comes from Ross’ ninth studio album, Rather You Than Me.

Of course, with lines like ‘Catholic record labels, niggas gettin’ raped,’ it wasn’t exactly flattering and was swiftly labeled a Birdman diss track that sent shots regarding the mogul’s relationships with Lil Wayne and DJ Khaled.

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In an interview with Billboard, Birdman addresses the accusations of money hoarding and his pending lawsuits that popped up on the song.

‘I don’t get caught up in hoe shit, man,’ he said. ‘I just keep doing what I’m doing and keep pushing. I don’t get caught up in that, I don’t play like that. I’m a man and I stand my ground and I do my thing. Numbers don’t lie, and that’s all I give a fuck about: numbers, and puttin’ them up.’

The song has gained significant traction since its release earlier yesterday and although Birdman’s ‘son’ Wayne (who is suing Cash Money over the rights to his music, specifically Tha Carter V) didn’t necessarily show his support for the diss track, he did respond favourably to an Instagram post Rozay made about their friendship.

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