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So, you didn’t have a spare hour to listen to Angie Martinez interview Bryan “Birdman” Williams? No worries, we did, and we have everything you need to know about the revealing chat.

First things first, the Cash Money CEO wants everyone to know there is no beef between him and his “son”, Lil Wayne. Birdman states this several time throughout the interview, stressing that he loves him and wants the very best for him. He even says that if Wayne wants to leave Cash Money he will give him whatever he wants and let him leave. However, when Martinez points out that Weezy has said he wants to leave and that he suing him for $51 million, Williams says “I don’t owe him anything.” Color us confused.

Birdman further confused us when he said that he and Wayne still talk, but later in the interview said that they don’t really talk. Huh? Basically, Bryan claims that when he sees Weezy he occasionally says “what’s up”, but they have never really talked about the lawsuit and what Wayne wants to do with his career. So yea, they talk, but they don’t talk…Williams says he’s just waiting for the “proper time” to have that discussion.

Also in the exclusive interview Birdman clears up the rumors that he was in any way involved in Wayne’s bus being shot up. He was very adamant that he had no idea who would do that and that he was in no way involved, claiming the rapper is his son and that he would rather someone shot him instead. He also was not the one who threw water on Wayne while he was performing in Miami. This claim even got a side-eye from Angie who initially didn’t believe him.

On to the Young Thug beef — apparently there is no beef, according the Birdman. He insists that Thug only named his album ‘Tha Carter VI’ as a tribute to Wayne, not a diss. Bryan claims that Young respects and admires Weezy, but did reveal there was a bit of a misunderstanding between the two at one point. Williams says that’s all been cleared up though and the rappers will even collaborate on music soon. Again, another side-eye moment.

All in all, Birdman tried to downplay everything that’s going on in the Cash Money camp right now and blamed the media for over-hyping things. He claims to have beef with no one and says business is still booming. He even said that contrary to popular belief, he really does pay his artist, but of course, people always think they’re worth more.

It was a solid interview, even though Williams seemed a bit guarded at times. If you do find yourself with an hour to kill, you can watch the full convo below.

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It’s Litty! Migos, Jaden Smith & More Turn Up At ‘Bright’ World Premiere

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Netflix definitely made sure the world premiere for their new flick Bright was lit!

Before the films stars including Will Smith, Joel Edgerton, Edgar Ramierez and Noomi Rapace hit the black carpet, Migos surprised fans with a pop-up performance.

 (L-R)Quavo, Offset and Takeoff perform at the Premiere Of Netflix’s “Bright” at Regency Village Theatre on December 13, 2017 in Westwood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Smith’s son Jaden also rocked the packed crowd at the Regency Village Theatre in Westwood.

 Jaden Smith performs at the Premiere Of Netflix’s “Bright” at Regency Village Theatre on December 13, 2017 in Westwood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Artists featured on the soundtrack BRIGHT: THE ALBUM including Portugal The Man, Machine Gun Kelly, Ty Dolla $ign, Kiiara, Slushie, Grey, Dram, and Bebe Rexha also hit up the premiere.

Bebe Rexha and Machine Gun Kelly arrive at the Premiere Of Netflix’s “Bright” at Regency Village Theatre on December 13, 2017 in Westwood, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Will also snapped some fun flicks with his son Jaden before greeting fans and speaking with reporters including HipHollywood.

He told HipHollywood that he was super excited to reunite with his Suicide Squad director David Ayer for the film, and would “work with him whenever he wants to.

“I love his madness how he creates,” gushes Smith. “How he thinks about scenes, the way he works with actors, it’s some of the best psychological work of any director I’ve ever worked with.”

In the film Smith plays an LAPD cop in a mythical world of orcs, elves and fairies … and Ayer told us, he couldn’t think of anyone better for the role.

“We had such a good time on Suicide Squad together and this role is kind of perfect for him, it’s an edgy movie, buts it’s funny. He’s got the best sense of humor of anybody I know.”

BRIGHT debuts on Netflix December 22. Peep the newest trailer below.

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