Lil Wayne Declares Legal War On Cash Money, Sues Birman For Delay of Carter V



Lil Wayne has officially declared a war on Cash Money Records, but not just any war; a legal war. This comes after him and his mentor, Birdman, failed to come to an agreement.

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According to TMZ, Lil Wayne asked for the judge to legally free him of Cash Money Records. Wayne claims that by withholding the release of  Tha Carter V, Birman violated their contract. Birdman didn’t budge, saying that he will release the album in “due time.” However, the “How To Love” rapper isn’t having it.

But wait, that’s not all! Lil Wayne also made a claim for $8 million. He says this is owed to him by Birdman as an advance for his latest album.

In the meantime, it’s said that Wayne will stay in the studio, but will only release any of his work outside of Cash Money Records.