Ruling out the idea of making diss records for publicity stunt, the Cash Money honcho makes it clear that Drizzy has his full support, saying, 'We ride or die.'
Birdman has offered his thoughts on the feud between his homie Drake and fellow rapper Common. While doing an interview with Power 106 in Los Angeles recently, the Cash Money label boss said he doesn't approve the idea of dissing other artists to sell records.
"We never been a brand for the diss and the diss records and tryna make money," the rapper elaborated his statement. "We don't do all that. We never did that. Never was about making money off of music off of diss records. That's not how we operate."
"We try to give the fans - I mean when you get caught up in that to me you forget what this about. And it's about the people and that's what we do. We do our music for the people. We never been a brand to diss and diss records and try to make money that's not us."
Birdman, however, gave his full support for Drizzy, no matter what. "Drake the homie, so we ride or die. Ain't no second questions about that," he gushed. "The young homie deal with it, we behind him and we supporting him 100% with our life. ... Ain't no other way."
"Drake the little homie. That's blood; that's family. And ain't no siding with that. It's Drake or nothing," he affirmed what side he's taking. "We support him fully and whatever he 'bout we 'bout. However that turns out that's just what it is."