Lil Wayne is making sure everyone knows there’s no love between he and Cash Money Records. Less than two weeks ago, Weezy slammed labelhead Birdman during performance in Denver; and Wayne once again took verbal shots at Birdman during a concert at Comerica Theatre in Phoenix over Memorial Day weekend.
But he also announced new music forthcoming.
“Before I go any further, I want y’all to know I got two new albums coming y’all way,” he revealed to the crowd. Then he got some grievances off his chest.
“F— the Birdman,” said Wayne. “F— Cash Money. I’m going through a lot of bulls— right now. These n—-s got me in bars right now. They don’t want to see me make good music. I don’t know what the f—‘s going on, but f— them n—-s. And I just want you to know if anything, if you thought that for any second I gave a f— about it, I can’t because I got people like y’all that’s still supporting me.”
Wayne has been battling Cash Money since late 2014 and things between he and Birdman have been hot and cold over the past several months. They’ve been photographed in the studio together, appeared on a Mannie Fresh track together; but Wayne has also made it clear that he has ongoing issues with the man he saw as a father figure ever since he was in his early teens.
It was reported last week that Wayne and Cash Money have ended settlement talks and Wayne will be continuing his lawsuit against his longtime label. It appears that Weezy and Baby’s next meeting will take place inside a courtroom.