Lil Wayne is still angry at his former mentor. The Young Money leader took a few shots at Cash Money Records CEO Birdman in a freestyle video that popped up online. Weezy even threw a lyrical jab at rap newbie Young Thug.

While in a middle of a freestyle cypher with his Young Money soldiers -- Mack Maine, Lil Twist, Gudda Gudda, Cory Gunz, Hood, Euro and Flow -- Tunechi spits a flurry of nonsensical bars. Over the instrumental of Freeway’s song “What We Do,” Wayne hits back at Baby rapping, “I thank you for my hit man / And tell ‘Pac I’m a big fan / I sing ‘Dear Mama’ to my dear mama, and sing ‘Hit ‘Em Up’ to my daddy, bitch ass.”

For those who don't know, Wayne is currently suing Birdman and Cash Money Records for $51 million over the delayed release of Tha Carter V. In the meantime, the 32-year-old rhymer is working on his Free Weezy Album to hold the fans over until his legal case is complete.

During the freestyle session, Tunechi did apologize to his fans for the long wait for new material. “This is for all my fans that been fans / I’m so sorry I’m so f---ing sorry / I’m so sorry for the weight, like Slim Fast,” he raps.

Wayne's lyrical jabs included a line thrown at Young Thug, who recently took a shot at the New Orleans native on Instagram. "Young motherf---ing Money / These my motherf---king brothers not my f---ing hubbies,” he raps.

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