Birdman has been the talk of the Hip Hop world since his now infamous “Respek” interview with The Breakfast Club and he is making sure to keep everyone’s attention fixated squarely on him for the rest of the year. In that same week, he announced that his a forthcoming solo album titled Ms. Gladys, will be released later this year. Earlier this week, Birdman made another revelation, telling the world that he has brought Compton Menance and AR-AB to the Cash Money/Rich Gang family.

In a clip posted via his Instagram page, Birdman shared:

“Im telling you straight up, my n*gga Menace, my n*gga AR, y’all got the green light from me. I’m f**kin’ with that. West Coast, Philly, let’s get it.”

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Compton Menace has already been a familiar face in the Cash Money circles, having collaborated with Lil Wayne a few years ago on his track “Blood N*ggaz.” The former Black Wall Street affiliate also had a minor role in the N.W.A. biopic Straight Outta Compton. AR-AB on the other hand rose to notoriety through his past affiliation with fellow Philadelphia rapper Cassidy but last year, he experienced his biggest claim-to-fame after being name dropped on Drake’s “Back To Back.” Shortly after Birdman’s clip, AR-AB posted his own photo of the three on his personal Instagram account with a caption that reads: “When Being A Gangsta Pay’s Off… I Deserve This.” 

When Being A Gangsta Pay’s Off… I Deserve This ?…… @birdman5star @comptonmenace #WeNeverNotWorking

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