Posted by , Dec 11, 2014 at 05:04pm
Lil Wayne has spoken on his relationship with Cash Money once again.

When Lil Wayne took to Twitter earlier this week to announce the delay of Carter V, it wasn't all that surprising. What was surprising was his vocal frustration with both the label and his mentor/father figure Birdman. Wayne expressed that he wanted out of his deal as soon as possible, but it wasn't clear whether he'd attempt to see the threat through.

Performing at Vice's 20th anniversary party last night, Wayne once again touched on his rickety deal, remarking, "I'm fucked up in a bad situation, but I will be out of it soon." 

Some have already run with the statement as confirmation that Weezy is leaving Cash Money, but it seems as though it could just be an indication that he and Birdman are working out their differences and looking at a new release date. There's also the fact that Wayne signed a four album deal with the label just before releasing I Am Not A Human Being 2, so it may be a tough negotiation.

You can watch footage of his comment below. Do you think Wayne is really set on leaving Cash Money?

 

The end of Cash Money Records #lilwayne #freec5 #fuckbirdman

A video posted by Lil Wayne (@lilwaynefanz) on

[Update: Wayne Says There's "Nothing Else" But Young Money]

Is it time for the divide between Cash Money and Young Money to become more defined? Wayne just tweeted an affirmation of the imprint he runs with Mack Maine, but it's unclear as to what that will entail at this point.

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Lil Wayne On Cash Money: "I'm In A Bad Situation, But I Will Be Out Of It Soon" [Update: Wayne Says There's "Nothing Else" But Young Money]

Lil Wayne has spoken on his relationship with Cash Money once again.


When Lil Wayne took to Twitter earlier this week to announce the delay of Carter V, it wasn't all that surprising. What was surprising was his vocal frustration with both the label and his mentor/father figure Birdman. Wayne expressed that he wanted out of his deal as soon as possible, but it wasn't clear whether he'd attempt to see the threat through.

Performing at Vice's 20th anniversary party last night, Wayne once again touched on his rickety deal, remarking, "I'm fucked up in a bad situation, but I will be out of it soon." 

Some have already run with the statement as confirmation that Weezy is leaving Cash Money, but it seems as though it could just be an indication that he and Birdman are working out their differences and looking at a new release date. There's also the fact that Wayne signed a four album deal with the label just before releasing I Am Not A Human Being 2, so it may be a tough negotiation.

You can watch footage of his comment below. Do you think Wayne is really set on leaving Cash Money?

 

The end of Cash Money Records #lilwayne #freec5 #fuckbirdman

A video posted by Lil Wayne (@lilwaynefanz) on

[Update: Wayne Says There's "Nothing Else" But Young Money]

Is it time for the divide between Cash Money and Young Money to become more defined? Wayne just tweeted an affirmation of the imprint he runs with Mack Maine, but it's unclear as to what that will entail at this point.

[via]

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