In light of Drake's recent troubles surrounding his alleged involvement in a violent nightclubs brawl with Chris Brown, Cash Money CEO Birdman came to Drizzy's defense.
"Well, to me, I think n---as got Drake twisted. A lot of n---as be playin', pitty-pattin' with Drake. I don't like that sh--, period," Birdman said to us in an exclusive interview. "Drake is one of us, so if you f---in' with Drake, you f---in' with us, period!," Birdman told MTV News."To me, Drizzy ain't did nothin' wrong, he ain't done nothin' wrong to nobody. He just doin' great music," Bird said in defense of his artist. "He's not a reckless guy out there just wildin' out; he's a humble kid makin' great music."
At press time, Drake still had not been charged with any crimes related to the fight. Birdman also says his acts do not promote this type of behavior.
"We never been a brand to carry ourselves in any foul manner. None of us, none of the acts," he said of his Cash Money roster. "We've been doin' this, we want to do this for another 20 years," he continued. "It's a different era, and we don't promote that, we're not about that, but I think sometimes sh-- get outta hand, and you just gotta be ready for it," he said. "We did enough of that, so these n---as ain't got to do it."