A lot of rappers have been honored this year since it’s Hip Hop’s 50th anniversary.

But Birdman says CEOs haven’t been given their props, which is wrong.

“Im confused about 50yrs of Hip Hop where they salute legendary artists which is well respeked also I think CEOs who kept these artists alive to be great showed them how to keep hip hop alive should be saluted in a major way,” wrote Birdman in a now-deleted Instagram message. “I remember wen they said Hip Hop was dead and we Kept it alive YMCMB 20plus summers respek our hussle CEO s kept hip hop alive frfr @cashmoneyofficial #RICHGANG #STUNNAMAN.”

People like Snoop Dogg responded to Birdman and said he’s completely right. 

Quality Control Music’s Pierre “P” Thomas weighed in as well and agreed with the Cash Money co-founder.


“Facts. great work cuz u and slim did that,” wrote Snoop.

“Real talk OG. This should be discussed in a major way. Let’s Go,” Thomas stated.

Would you say that CEOs are underappreciated and should be given more credit for their contributions to Hip Hop?


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