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The Morning After with Angela Yee – Birdman Edition

Birdman stops by The Morning After with Angela Yee and says he’s still waiting for his letter to find out if he’s getting cleared from the NFL to own part of the Miami Dolphins. Then for the first time he ever, he talks about some of the artists he could have signed but didn’t get the opportunity for whatever reason (Keyshia Cole, Young Jeezy, T.I.) they discuss how difficult it is to have women signed to a label, but how great it is to have Nicki Minaj and Shanell on the team.  Check out part 2 and 3 after the jump,

Birdman says he was forced to rap, and goes on to explain the White Boyz mixtape he has coming out with Mack Maine. He discusses how much he loves white everything, but has never had a white woman. Baby says he has never gotten caught up in a woman and it will never happen.

Birdman says his main focus in life is to be a billionaire. He says he wants to produce movies with Cash Money Films. He lists artists he likes other than Cash Money signees including Rick Ross, Ne-Yo, Trey Songz, Gucci Mane and Brick Squad, including Waka Flocka.

When asked if he is planning a documentary, he agrees that it would be a good idea but admits that it is difficult to bring up the past, because you try to put your past behind you when you’ve lost so much. Birdman reiterates that R. Kelly was one of his biggest mistakes having wasted 2 summers with him.

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