Birdman and His Crew Confront Druski Amid 'Coulda Been Records' Beef

The Cash Money Records veteran snatched the comedian’s chain in what could be a skit.

Druski and Birdman are at it again.

TMZ Hip Hop acquired video footage showing the Cash Money Records leader and associates abruptly entering a Los Angeles studio late Friday night to confront Druski and his group in a forceful manner during a studio session.

In the video, Birdman and two associates approach Druski in a stairwell, resulting in a heated exchange. There's a brief scuffle, leading Druski and his friends to tumble down the stairs in an attempt to escape. They make a run through the studio halls, with Birdman closely following.

This incident occurred shortly after Druski wrapped up filming for his reality show, "Coulda Been House," and it seems Birdman got wind of it.

The incident apparently resulted in Birdman snatching Druski's chain. He proudly showcased it on social media, captioning it, "Surprise Party B*tch Slippin In Studio Richgang." Druski hasn't commented on the incident on any of his platforms.

The feud between Druski and Birdman stems from Druski's creation of a fake record label called "Coulda Been Records." The name and logo of the label are very similar to Birdman's Cash Money Records. While Druski has said that the label is a joke and that he meant no disrespect to Birdman, Birdman is not here for it.

In a recent video, Birdman can be seen telling Druski to "back down" and "stop playing with me." He also says that he is "not playing" and that he will "f*ck you up." Druski has not responded to Birdman's threats, but the situation is clearly escalating.

Given the high quality of the visual and audio in the surveillance footage, many people on social media believe the video could be a skit. Yet, the online feud between Birdman and Druski has been a blurry mix of reality and fiction since July of last year.

In October, Druski dropped a skit with a caption stating that the feud between Coulda Been Records and Cash Money Records "continues," prompting Birdman to address the comedian.

"Bro, you still playin' with a real gangsta SMH," commented Birdman. Drake also weighed in on the matter, stating, "Stunna bout to have you come up missing on Gladys."


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