Lil Wayne And Birdman Used To Wager Hundreds Of Thousands Of Dollars In Literally The Dumbest Way Possible

WAYNE BIRDMAN

Lil Wayne and Birdman are not on good terms. Wayne is currently suing Birdman, the cofounder of Cash Money Records, for $51 million for refusing to release his long-awaited album, Tha Carter V, which has now been on the shelf for a few years. This was evident in Weezy reportedly starting a ‘Fuck Cash Money’ chant at 4/20 rally in Denver and Birdman throwing a drink at Wayne while he was performing last year.

But back in 2012 when Birdman signed Lil Wayne to Cash Money for a reported $150 million, the two were like two peas in a pod. Two very rich peas in a pod. Birdman and Lil Wayne used to bet $10,000 for every Madden game they played in the studio. Not too outrageous for a duo worth over $300 million, but the way they bet is goddamn insane.

Let T-Pain explain the nuances of their betting and try not to feel poor as fuck.

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They would let the fucking computer play for them. That is exerting less effort than flipping a coin or rock, paper, scissors. Just dropping five figures on an algorithm that they have absolutely no control over. I spend hours researching teams before I drop $20, and these two dudes are wagering my rent for a year over some bullshit.

[h/t TMZ]

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