Birdman and Toni Braxton fueled relationship rumors at the BET Awards on Sunday (Jun. 29) and now he’s talking about it. On Tuesday, the Cash Money chief sat down with Los Angeles radio station Real 92.3 to dish about the romance murmurs.
“We went to the BET Awards,” he said. “What’s the big deal?” Eventually, however, he explained a little more about their bond. “Toni cool as fuck, man,” he added. “Super cool. That’s the homegirl. I’ve been knowing her for a long time. We went to the BET Awards. What’s the big deal? We did music together. We got one coming out together.”
Clearly, there will be more to come from that twosome, but beyond that, Baby also talked about his relationship with Lil Wayne and Cash Money’s up-and-coming talent in Rich Gang. See the interview and catch more highlights from the Q&A below.
On Cash Money: “Drake just did a million. Been No. 1 for the last 8-9 weeks. Nicki in the lab. I got a little situation with Wayne we gotta get in order, but I’m looking forward to doing it.”
On not speaking with Lil Wayne: “One time, maybe, when all that other shit was poppin’, we went about a year [without talking]. But you know the weirdest…We see each other every day. Me and Wayne, we work right next to each other.”
On reconciling with Wayne: “That’s my son. At some point, we gonna get together. It ain’t like we enemies…in no kind of way. He’s what I came in the game with and what I wanna leave in the game with.”
On retirement: “I don’t feel done. I’m passionate about what I do. I love what I do…I don’t got nothing better I want to do. I like embracing these youngsters and helping them.”
On Rich Gang: “I have the biggest machine. When you have Wayne, Drake, and Nicki, that come from the biggest machine in the world. So I have these young talents. I want to give them a chance to be as big as them or if they could be, possibly be bigger.”
On Charlamagne Tha God beef: “I wanted to go personally and see this man. I saw him and knew a few places he was at, but I didn’t want to take it to that. I wanted to go see him and let him know, face-to-face, homie, stop playing with me.”