Austin, TX – Rick Ross fanned the flames of the beef between Lil Wayne and Birdman with his recent “Idols Become Rivals” Birdman diss track. On the song, Rozay attacks the Cash Money boss, and Wayne thanked his “John” collaborator for some related social media motivation.

Well, right before “Idols Become Rivals” officially dropped on Rather You Than Me Friday (March 17), Tunechi addressed the crowd at Mass Appeal’s Live at the BBQ event at SXSW to share where he stands with his former father figure.

“In all honesty, I know y’all do know I am going through some bullshit with my muthafucking career,” he says in a clip posted to Mass Appeal’s Instagram today (March 21).

“Niggas is trying to steer my career without letting me do or say a damn thing, but it’s moments like this that make that bullshit this big,” Wayne continues while holding his fingers in a pinch.

Weezy is in an ongoing lawsuit against Birdman and Cash Money over the release of Tha Carter V. The Young Money General first aired out his complaints in December of 2014 (yes, that long ago) and the two have been battling publicly ever since.

Wayne also explained he’s not fazed and tells the crowd what keeps him motivated.

“If you think that I am stressing or letting this shit get to me, please remember: there’s too much good pussy, and too many great muthafuckin’ loyal fans to worry about bullshit-ass Birdman,” he declares before turning up to his appropriately titled 2013 hit, “No Worries.”

Lil Wayne is supposedly prepping multiple projects for this year, including Velvet, Funeral and Dedication 6.