Thursday, December 4, 2014


It seems there are REAL issues brewing in the Cash Money Camp.

Two weeks before the release of Lil Wayne's oft-delayed album, Tha Carter V, Lil Wayne took to Twitter to tell fans that the album hasn't and may not see the light of day because of Birdman and the label.

The rapper addressed his fallout with the label during a live appearance.

On Thursday, Weezy tweeted that he wants out of his deal, and that his album Tha Carter V won’t be released because Birdman and Cash Money refuse to put it out.

Lil Wayne's e-cry for creative freedom comes months after Tyga took to Twitter in October to blame YMCMB for the delay of his album, The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty, and "holding me hostage so I can't release nothing."

Lil Wayne continued to say that he wants out of Cash Money. He announced re-signing to Cash Money in April 2012. Solely based off the fact that he signed on for four more albums, Weezy has three more albums to release until he's contractually free. Since 2012, he's released I Am Not A Human Being II.(Perhaps that was another reason as to why he is breaking Tha Carter V into two parts.)

Representatives of Lil Wayne and Birdman have yet to respond to a request to comment.

It’s unclear what Wayne’s next moves are, but the door is open at G.O.O.D. Music. Pusha T has invited him to join Kanye West’s label.

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