When it comes to the problems between Lil Wayne and Birdman, Rick Ross should mind his own business.
That's what The Game's manager Wack 100 said after Ross's Baby diss "Idols Become Rivals" dropped. Wack agreed with Birdman's opinion that Ross getting involved is "hoe shit."
"Hoe shit is getting involved in other men bidness," wrote Wack in the comments of an Instagram post. "Last I checked, that's CMYMB bidness, whatever the bidness may be. #Wayne my nigga, #StunnaMyNigga, they family before we're fans and whatever they're going through is their bidness, period ... Ross don't even know he wasn't even a rapper when those contracts where signed. Niggas is characters."The last time Wack went at Rozay was in October of 2016 when he accused the MMG boss of lying about squashing the beef between The Game and Meek Mill.
"It's on," he wrote. "And can't no nigga that ain't from this West or Philly politic this bidness. Stay in ya lane, my nigga. You still got issues down in Miami."Ross hasn't responded to this most recent shot yet.