Like it or not, the Big Tymers are coming back. On set of DJ Khaled’s “No New Friends” in Miami, the new group of Birdman, Lil’ Wayne, and Drake posed for a quick photo. Weezy goes the extra mile, dressed in Cash Money’s late-90s signature attire of extra long white shirt, bandana tied across his neck, and skully cap.

Speaking with MTV RapFix on Wednesday, original founding member Mannie Fresh expressed his thoughts on Cash Money’s plans of releasing a new Big Tymers album without him.

“It’s kinda like doing a Jackson 5 album with Boyz II Men. Two different eras, great artists, but Boyz II Men is not the Jackson 5. I don’t bash Cash Money, Birdman, or none of them. It’s really on, I’m just striving on just getting what I deserve, you know, what I put in. Honestly I think Drake is a great artist, I think Wayne is a great artist, but they not the Big Tymers.”

I’m too old to be making dis songs. I’m too wise to be making shots at anybody, but my thing is I’m a business man at the end of it. You can call it whatever you want to call it, but you can’t call it a Big Tymers album.”

Watch Mannie’s statement below….

Previously: Lil’ Wayne & Birdman Announces New Big Tymers Album with Drake