Off the jump, Druski seems a bit nervous when he asks Stunna, “What’s up?”
"I been looking for you, n***a," Birdman tells the comedian. "I heard you was in my neck of the woods, right. I ain't think it would be gangsta if I pulled up on you. So, I said, you know I got a few bitches that's steppas. I ain't even gotta call no n****s, I got bitches, where you won't come outside or come inside, n***a."
Birdman doesn’t seem pleased with Druski, mainly because he’s been working with Cash Money-affiliated artists. When Druski brings up a couple of them, Drake and YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Birdman gets irritable.
"I heard about all that shit, too, n***a," Birdman interjects. "It's like you starting to step on my toes. You little young n****s got the game f**ked up, n***a. I am that n***a, n***a.”
Birdman then asks about Druski’s “record label,” Coulda Been Records, which, in reality, is fake. "Put some respek on my name,” Birdman says.
The rapper and record exec then offers to buy Coulda Been, and Druski doesn’t give him a straight answer. Birdman then calls Druski a comedian and calls out other comedians, saying, “All y’all comedy n****s together,” before hanging up. It remains unclear if Birdman is aware that Druski's label doesn't actually exist.
"Shit, Birdman gon' kill us," Druski then says.
While it’s evident that Druski is being facetious, it’s unclear if Birdman was joking or not. Druski has been promoting Coulda Been Records for some time now with skits, memes, and has been speaking with artists like Ice Spice, NBA Youngboy, and Drake, among others.