The Cash Money Records boss and his protege, Wayne, fell out a year ago (Jan15) after the Lollipop star filed a $51 million (£34 million) lawsuit against Birdman and his business partner and brother, Ronald 'Slim' Williams, accusing them of withholding millions reportedly owed to him for his long-delayed album, Tha Carter V.

The legal action is still pending, but Birdman and Wayne appeared to have started to put their differences aside at the end of last year (15) after both joined Drake on New Year's Eve (31Dec15) to party at Miami's E11even club.

MACk Maine, who serves as the president of Wayne's Young Money Entertainment label, a subsidiary of Cash Money, hinted at a reconciliation by sharing a group photo on Instagram, and captioning it, "United We Stand Divided We Fall!!"

Now it seems the warring pair is firmly moving on from the dispute after Birdman, also known as Baby, took the stage at Club LIV in Miami on Sunday, where Wayne was making an appearance to promote his Trukfit clothing brand, and declared his dedication to the 33-year-old rapper.

"This my motherf**king son," he told revellers, pointing to Wayne, who stood by his side, before adding, "I'mma (I'm gonna) die for him, I'mma live for him, and I'mma motherf**king kill for him (sic). That ain't gonna never change, n**ga (sic). It's YMCMB (Young Money Cash Money Billionaires) for life."

The public reconciliation took place less than six months after Birdman allegedly dumped a drink on Wayne as he performed at the same venue, prompting the rapper to cut short his set and angrily stare down his mentor, who stood on a balcony above the stage.