Seems like Lil Wayne just can’t seem to get out of the limelight. From record label feuds to new music, the rapper has a lot going on.
One more thing was just added to his plate; according to News 7 shots were fired at Lil Wayne’s house located at 94 Lagorce Circle in Miami Beach, FL this afternoon.
The shooting comes a month and a half after Lil Wayne announced he was suing his mentor Birdman and the Cash Money record label for the release of his contract.
Has the tense situation between Lil Wayne and Birdman escalated? We all know just last month Birdman was denied entry to Nicki Minaj’s Pre-Grammy Party, although Baby (tried) to shut those rumors.
Surely I’m not the only one questioning whether or not this was an attempt to warn to the “Truffle Butter” rapper about leaving Cash Money.
Do you think the shooting was Cash Money related or is this a mere coincidence?
This weekend fans got an inside look at how their favorite celebrities celebrate as social media was flooded with news and photos of Pre-Grammy party coverage.
While a-listers were busy partying and posting on Instagram, one celeb in particular did not join his counterparts in the Pre-Grammy festivities.
Birdman was denied entry at the Nicki Minaj Pre-Grammy Party. According to TMZ Birdman and his entourage arrived to the event at 1:45 a.m. and were turned away because the club was almost closing.
Could this be the confirmation we’ve all been waiting for? If Lil Wayne is released from his contract with Baby, will he in fact be taking Nicki Minaj and Drake with him?
As previously reported by The Hip Hop Times, Cash Money founders Lil Wayne and Birdman haven’t been on the best of terms lately, but could the rumors be true? Is Lil Wayne suing Birdman for the release of his contract?
Birdman pushed back the much anticipated “Tha Carter V” album and Lil Wayne was not pleased to say the least. We all remember Wayne’s Twitter rant back in December 2014, where he stated, “I am a prisoner and so is my creativity.”
He continued, “This is not my fault. I am truly and deeply sorry to all my fans but most of all to myself and my family for putting us in this situation.”
According to TMZ the “Only” rapper met with Birdman this week in attempt to come to a comprise for the release of “Tha Carter V,” but Birdman made it clear that he will release Wayne’s album “in due time.”
The Young Money founder also claimed that he never received the $8M advance for “Tha Carter V.” Lil Wayne is now suing Birdman for the advance money, in addition to the release of mentor’s control.
Until then, Wayne will only claim his hip hop empire, Young Money and continue releasing his music the mixtape route as he did with “Sorry for the Wait 2.”
Could Lil Wayne suing Birdman mean the end of the Cash Money moguls’ relationship?