If you think Lil Wayne is moping around worrying about his nagging legal battle against Birdman, think again. During Monday night’s performance (March 20) at Mass Appeal’s Live at the BBQ showcase at SXSW, Weezy made it clear that he doesn’t give a f--- about the Cash Money CEO.

In the video above, the Young Money leader took a brief moment to thanked the fans for their undying support through his ongoing legal battle with Birdman.

“In all honesty I know y’all do know I am going through some bulls--- with my muthaf---in’ career and n----s is trying to steal my career without letting me do or say a damn thing. But it’s moments like this that make that bulls--- this big to me," said Weezy while holding his thumb and his index finger like an inch apart.

"If you think that I am stressing or letting this s--- get to me, please remember, there’s too much good p--- and too many great muthaf---in’ loyal fans to worry about bulls--- Ass Birdman," he continued.

Afterward, Wayne delivered a rousing performance of “No Worries,” to further prove his point that he's not stressing over it.

Weezy's attack on Stunna follows Rick Ross' reminder of the Cash Money CEO's transgressions when it comes to Wayne and other former artists on the label. On “Idols Become Rivals," off his latest album Rather You Than Me, Rozay goes in on Birdman for his mistreatment of Weezy.

Lil Wayne is about to hit the road on three different tours this year, which will certainly help him keep Birdman off his mind.

Watch Lil Wayne's Live at the BBQ at 2017 SXSW
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTqwCb8OgV8