(AllHipHop News) Lil Wayne released his new mixtape Sorry 4 The Wait 2 this week, and the New Orleans native used the project to throw a few shots at his current record label. On the tape’s first track – a remix to O.T. Genasis’ “Coco,” – Wayne further expressed his frustrations with his longtime label home.
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“Now I don’t want no problems, I just want my money,” Wayne rapped at one point on the song. He continued, “All I got is Young Money, no more Cash, n***a.”
Later on the a separate track “Sh*t,” Weezy spit, “Did my time at Cash Money. Time served and released, but this agent ain’t free.”
According to TMZ, Cash Money boss Bryan “Birdman” Williams is not pleased that his “son” chose to air out his frustrations on a record. The sites reports:
Our sources say Birdman is angry on 2 fronts … that Wayne is trying to bail on a binding contract and even more personal, he’s putting their relationship on blast.
Apparently, Birdman is still unwilling to release Wayne from his contract at Cash Money without a legal fight, and the rapper’s long-awaited Tha Carter V album will only be available on the label’s terms.
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