After hinting to Angie Martinez last week that the two could resolve their differences — and the $51 million lawsuit Weezy filed against him — amicably, Baby took to Instagram today to, basically, wax sentimental about his prodigal son.
The image shows Birdman standing next to a portrait of Wayne with a caption that reads, "4 Life LFLS YMCMB." The caption makes no mention of Baby's newest imprint Rich Gang, and seems to imply that he's hoping Young Money will stay under the Cash Money umbrella. In addition, "LFLS" probably stands for "like father like son," a bond Birdman believes he will share with Wayne "4 Life."
Considering Weezy believes his "father" was at least partially responsible for shooting up his tour bus, we're not counting on these two settling their differences anytime soon. But we can still hope.
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