Lil Wayne On Never-Ending Birdman Battle: "I'm Enduring This Fight W/ This Label"
Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne is updating fans on where he stands in a publicized Cash Money Records feud. The hip-hop veteran has come forward to speak out on the never-ending legal dispute over how much money he's owed.
Weezy F. Baby went to Instagram Friday (November 24) with some insight and to promise his long-awaited Dedication 6 project's coming.
Happy Thanksgiving! I'm so thankful for all my fans for standing by me while I'm enduring this fight with this label. I ain't shit without y'all! D6 is coming y'all way soon! Thank You
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Recently, Wayne's estranged mentor Baby hit up Instagram to show off Cash Money's selling power.
Last month, former Birdman affiliate Rick Ross verbally lashed out at him for not paying his artists.
#RickRoss just wants to know if #Birdman paid #LilWayne yet (swipe)
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#rickross responds to #birdman
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A few weeks ago, footage surfaced of Birdman talking slick to Lil Wayne fans.
"I been hearing all you n*ggas talking about this Lil Wayne sh*t. Lil Wayne this. Lil Wayne that. B*tch, Lil Wayne's my son, I raised him. He ain't have nothing. I brought him up to be something and got something. B*tch, I ain't going make sure he's straight? Suck a n*gga d*ck. B*tch, I'ma show all you p*ssy a** n*ggas that got into my business, f*ck you n*gga. I'ma show you. Don't play with me, n*gga. I'm what you call a real mastermind."
#Birdman speaks on his situation with #LilWayne Y'all better leave him alone
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