Birdman Expresses Frustration Towards Druski and Coulda Been Records.
In an unexpected turn of events during an Instagram Live session on Wednesday night, Birdman voiced a series of criticisms aimed at Druski and his mock label, Coulda Been Records. The source of Birdman’s indignation stemmed from Druski’s attempts to sign artists who were already affiliated with Cash Money Records, notably Drake and NBA YoungBoy.
With an unmistakable edge of irritation in his voice, Birdman exclaimed, “I’ve been looking for you, man!” He further elaborated on his grievances, stating, “You’re starting to step on my toes. You young guys really have the game messed up. I am the man, understand? What is this record label you’re starting?”
Caught off guard by Birdman’s outburst, Druski attempted to defuse the situation by offering an apology. He quickly responded, “Listen, man, I’m genuinely sorry. Hey, I know about Ms. Gladys! Rest in peace to Ms. Gladys, man. I’ve heard that song a million times. I love it.”
During an Instagram Live session, an unexpected exchange unfolded between Birdman and Druski, centering around Druski’s label, Coulda Been Records. The conversation took a confrontational turn when Birdman expressed his discontent, urging Druski to show respect and likening the label’s name to his own Cash Money Records.
Firmly asserting his position, Birdman emphasized, “Put some respect on my name, bro. Coulda Been Records? That sounds like CMB, man… I appreciate your efforts, but I have concerns because you’re treading on dangerous ground. You’re dabbling in real gangsta stuff.”
Attempting to salvage the situation, Druski proposed a collaborative approach, saying, “We could have worked together!” However, Birdman had a different proposal in mind, suggesting, “How about you continue what you’re doing, and I integrate your operations into mine? We can unite, and I’ll assist you in becoming a superstar. Instead of running around with this counterfeit label.”
The intense confrontation left viewers uncertain whether Birdman’s remarks were genuine or part of an Instagram Live performance. Nevertheless, the question remains: Will Druski persist with Coulda Been Records or consider merging his endeavors with Birdman’s offer from the New Orleans native?