(AllHipHop News) Some Hip Hop followers were surprised to find out veteran rapper Juvenile decided to sign back with Cash Money Records after the label has been accused for years of not properly compensating its artists. Juve stopped by The Breakfast Club this week, and the New Orleans rhymer addressed his return to Cash Money.
"We worked it out. They cut the check," stated Juvenile. "It's a matter of lawyers sitting at the table. Lawyers are gonna do their thing, and we're gonna do our thing outside of it. They worked it out."
When Juve first rose to prominence in the late 1990's he teamed with fellow Cash Money artists Lil Wayne, Young Turk, and B.G. to form the group Hot Boys. Both Wayne and Turk are now suing the company for past royalties. Juvenile briefly gave his views on Wayne's legal battle against CMB.
"I just stay out the way," Juvenile said. "It ain't my position to even give advice. I'm gonna stay out of that. They've been rocking together tough and tight for some years, so it's gotta be something they can work out."
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Watch Juvenile's interview below.