Birdman handed Young Money over to Lil Wayne last year, wrapping up Wayne's long-running lawsuit against Baby.
In his interview today with Everyday Struggle Birdman updated relationship with the Young Money crew. [Jump 24 minutes.]
"I got a great relationship with Drake, I got a great relationship with my son Wayne, Ialways looked at Nicki as a little sister," Birdman explained. "Everybody in a good space, we put the past behind us and we're moving forward and we're trying to finish the mission."
While it would appear that Drake and Wayne are no longer on Cash Money -- their last two projects were dropped on OVO/Republic and Young Money/Republic respectively -- Birdman offered up a surprising answer when DJ Akademiks asked him if the three were still on the label.
"Of course," he said confidently. "I'm forever in business with them. As long as they in that building over there, I'm forever in business with them."
Later in the interview, Ak asked him the biggest check Birdman ever got.
"$475 million," he said, explaining it was seven years ago. "I invested it right back in. I give Wayne $150, $200, I give Drake the same thing and I gave Nicki whatever she want."
Birdman also said he's made $2 billion in the game. His many creditors would find that interesting.