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.