who in the most recent edition of XXL dissed Cash Money
Records, may find it a little more difficult severing
his ties than he anticipates. In the issue of XXL, Juvenile
leveled claims that Bryan "Baby"
Williams and Ronald "Slim" Williams,
both owners of Cash Money Records, cheated him out of
hundreds of thousands of dollars. In the article, Juve
says that the label betrayed him, breaching the trust
that he thought they had. Juvenile also said that if
he did any recordings from this point forward, it would
be for his own label, U.T.P. (Up Town Projects.)
caught up with Baby, the
CEO of Cash Money, who for the first time went on record
with a response. "Man Listen. No one leaves Cash
Money Records," Baby said. "There is only
one way to leave Cash Money Records. The way you walk
in, aint gonna be the way you walk out."
other artists on the label have not mentioned any discontent
publicly, Juvenile claims that both B.G. & Turk
contacted him to sign with his new label. He also made
it clear that his problems weren't with any artist on
the label, just the two heads of the Cash Money Millionaires.
latest album, Project English was finally released
on August 21st, after almost a year of being delayed.
The first single, "Set It Off," has no appearances
from any of the Cash Money members, and according to
Juvenile, that will not be the last time it happens.