(AllHipHop News) First Rich Homie Quan, now Young Thug? Earlier this year, RHQ revealed he is no longer associated with Rich Gang. In a recent interview with NDO Radio, Thugger revealed he is not officially connected with Birdman’s Rich Gang Management either.
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When asked if he was signed to Rich Gang, Thug replied, “Nah, I manage myself. Nobody brung me here, so nobody can take me there. I manage myself. I’m signed with Atlantic… And it’s only Atlantic.”
The “Lifestyle” collaborator was not clear about his reported label situations with 300 Entertainment and Gucci Mane’s 1017 Brick Squad Records. Thug did mention he is still under his own imprint YSL.
While Thug does not have paperwork with Birdman’s faction, his issues with Young Money’s Lil Wayne may not be over. The Atlanta performer revealed he plans to drop another project. The title of the collection is tentatively scheduled to be Carter 5.
“I’m gonna drop one more mixtape before my album. The album is called Hy!£UN35 (HiTunes),” said Thug. “I’m gonna drop one more mixtape. I’ll probably name it Carter V, because the original Carter V still ain’t came out. I don’t know what the f*ck they’re doing – slow poking. So I’m gonna put that motherf*cker out for him.”
Wayne has been fighting with his label, Birdman’s Cash Money Records, to get his next album Tha Carter V released. Thug’s attempt to name his last mixtape Carter 6 led to a feud with Wayne. He eventually changed the name to Barter 6.
Watch Young Thug’s interview below.