Half bird. Half man. No mercy.
It has been a challenging legal season for Birdman. The Cash Money mogul has found himself squaring off with all manner of former signees, and though he ultimately found common ground with Lil Wayne, the path to resolution with Tyga is yet another obstacle. Last we heard, Birdman was attempting to find a resolution, after Tyga claimed the label cut him short of up to ten million of unpaid royalties. In early October, Birdman requested an extension, in order to "facilitate ongoing settlement discussion," and hopefully reach a settlement. Now, a new report from The Blast indicates an aggressive counter from Birdman's camp, which is to say: throw this one out of court.
The latest development in Tyga vs. Bird points to a complete dismissal on Birdman's end. Apparently, Cash Money feels that Tyga breached his deal with them, and thus all claims against the label should be thrown away. They also believe that Tyga waited too long, and thus, missed his opportunity. To add insult to injury, they believe that Tyga should front the cost of all legal bills. Such hardline tactics are unlikely to endear the notorious label to the public, especially given Birdman's handling of the whole Carter V debacle.