Birdman Apologizes to DJ Envy After Threatening 'The Breakfast Club' Friday [WATCH]

By Star Connor (s.connor@mstarsnews.com) | Apr 22, 2016 04:43 PM EDT
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Looks like Birdman has had a change of heart well at least when it comes to cussing out DJ Envy.

If you haven't heard by now, Birdman went on The Breakfast Club Friday morning threatening the trio for talking crap about him. The record executive and rapper has apologized to Envy, according to TMZ.

The infamous gossip site claimed that Birdman has apologized to Envy but didn't reveal if he apologized to the rest of the show hosts, including Charlamagne tha God and Angela Yee.

The drama all started when Birdman walked in for his interview in the New York radio station and warned that host before storming out mad as ever with his entourage. The Cash Money CEO didn't waste anytime speaking his mind.

"Stop playing with my f**king name," he said. "When my name come up respect it," Birdman demanded.

Joking for about two seconds, Charlamagne told listeners that they already were cussed out by Birdman and asked the rapper to get his anger off of his chest.

"I did that already. I am so what's happening. I wanted to talk you as man in your face. I knew a few places you was at I could've pulled up but I thought that was gangsta. I wanted to come look you in your face like a man and tell you how I feel," Birdman said to Charlamagne taking off his shades.

So how did the host and Birdman cross this bridge? The backstory apparently happened when Birdman became upset at the three radio personalities for throwing shade at the CEO for not paying his artists -- that includes Lil Wayne.

Watching that interview truly made us over here nervous! It was a scary moment. Check out the full interview below.

WARNING GRAPHIC LANGUAGE

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