Bryan Baby Williams has explained why his son Lil Wayne opted not to respond to the numerous taunts by rapper 50 Cent.
We got money man, Baby said, in an online interview, which had no specific date. We on islands and jets f***ing hoes. We aint trippin off petty s**t. We got money. Aint ever a dark day in my life, why wont I go spend $250 (thousand) right now, Ill burn that b***h We just did a deal for a $100 mil, we got money for real. It aint no game. We aint got time for bullsh*t.
The co-founder of Cash Money Records said that he and his crew have seen their share of drama and have not desire for it now.
We been through the wars, I got scars from wars. Get with that anytime, but lets get with this money s**t, thats whats up Me and my son are rich for real, thats why I wont entertain bulls**t, he continued. Today, Im the only n***a in the industry, me, my son and my brother (Ronald "Slim" Williams) that own everything, nobody owns nothing. We 100 percent in this b***h, we make more than they make.
Lil Wayne has never completely engaged 50 Cents aggressive moves, but he has referenced his want-to-be adversary.
A person like 50 Cent (can) say anything about me, you gotta understand, thats what makes them who they are. So me getting mad, that would be outta Lil Waynes character, Wayne said in a 2007 interview. Theres been plenty of recorders right here in my face saying, What you think about such-and-such saying ? Nothing! I dont think nothing! That aint me, Im from New Orleans, man, we kill, for real, Im not gonna stress that.
50 Cent has mocked Lil Wayne for a number of years, eventually settled into his current fracas with Rick Ross.
Lil Wayne is preparing the release of Rebirth, his new rock-flavored album.