Lil Wayne has been very public about his feud with with Cash Money boss — and surrogate father — Birdman, airing his grievances everywhere from Twitter to the stage to the pages of Rolling Stone. But 50 Cent says fans should stay out of it.
“I’m surprised to see Wayne going through that because of the relationship between him and Baby,” he told MTV News. “Be careful the things you say about the Wayne and Baby situation. Because Baby will forgive Wayne for the things that he’s saying, and Wayne will forgive Baby for the things that’s he saying — but they may not forgive you,” he cautioned. “The relationship has so much depth to it, that you shouldn’t even speak on it.”
He also said that he thinks it will work itself out. “I hate when personal things become public, because everyone speculates on things that they don’t really know about. I just know that they had a father and son relationship, and that could easily be something they communicate between the two of then and resolve instead of having everybody else involved in it.”
While Weezy laments not being able to release him album as planned, Fif had a much more amicable parting of ways with his old label last year. After 12 years with Interscope Records, he left to distribute his music independently via Caroline/Capitol. He said it was nice to pick the date for his upcoming G-Unit album —The Beast Is G-Unit — without interference. "I enjoy the freedom of being able to set the date, and to know it's coming out on that date, and everybody else can catch up," he explained.
Meanwhile, as Tha Carter V sits in limbo, Weezy plans to release The Free Weezy Album next month, for — you guessed it — free.
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