Things may have been rocky between Lil Wayne and Trick Daddy, but according to Birdman, the situation is better now. The Miami rap veteran took exception to Weezy's words after the "A Milli" MC dissed the Miami Heat basketball team. There have been reports of run-ins and brief altercations, but Birdman says that's all behind them.
"To be honest with you, I saw Trick Monday in [Miami strip club King of Diamonds] and we had a talk and it was all love," the #1 Stunna told "RapFix Live" host Sway Calloway on Wednesday's show, which was shot on location in Miami.
The King of Diamonds, a popular Miami hangout, happens to be the spot where Wayne and Trick reportedly had an altercation in April. It all started after Wayne dissed the Miami Heat and the team's biggest stars, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, during an NBA All-Star Weekend party back in February. Trick did an interview with Miami's 99 JAMZ shortly after, denouncing Wayne's comments and calling for all of Miami's native artists to stick together.
On April 8, various blogs reported that the two rappers had squared off after Trick flicked a cigarette at Wayne. On Monday, the "Take It to Da House" rapper denied the cigarette flick and said he'd be open to having a sit-down to resolve the issue.
"We got a lot of friends out here," Birdman said. "These are people that we met day one, from day one when we hit the town. A lot of Haitian friends, Ross, Khaled, E Class, Flo Rida, all these boys — even Trick. These people we been knowing since we hit the town, so when a lot of it erupts I wanted to holla. I saw him Monday and we talked. That's dead meat."