UPDATE: If Baby's tweets are the truth, he made a million dollars off of Aaron Rodgers' arm last night.
Last week, Cash Money Records' superstar Lil Wayne released Green Bay Packers fight song "Green & Yellow" , a remixed version to Pittsburgh Steelers anthem "Black & Yellow" , made by the city's own Wiz Khalifa. In a new video interview, it appears that Cash Money's co-founder Bryan "Birdman" Williams (f/k/a Baby) agrees with his artist. Last week, Birdman appeared at Dallas, Texas' K104 FM station with DJ Khaled, and hinted that he's got a million dollars riding on tonight's Super Bowl XLV contest.
"If you listen to us, you'll feel us," said the former Big Tymers rapper. Continuously repeating the term "mill ticket," the executive-turned-rapper boasted that he and his associates live a life of grandeur. "A mill ticket, man, figure it out."
The official line on tonight's game has been reported to be 2 1/2 points, riding in Green Bay's favor.
Last year, Birdman made headlines for proclaiming publicly, his interest in purchasing a sports franchise. The Miami Dolphins' owner took umbrage with Birdman's statements.
Speaking of betting, Wayne also challenges Khalifa and Snoop Dogg, an avid Pittsburgh Steelers supporter, to a hair-cutting wager on ESPN on Friday. At present, neither rapper has accepted the offer.
UPDATE: After last night's Super Bowl victory by the Green Bay Packers, Birdman tweeted that he "just cashed in a milli," referring to earlier reports of a seven-figure bet. The rapper and executive has yet to expound on the statement.
LETS GO PAINT THE TOWN RED... JUST CASHED IN A MILLI