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Lil Wayne’s $51 Million Lawsuit Against Birdman & Cash Money Is Still On Despite Their Reunion

Lil Wayne 51 Million Lawsuit Against Birdman & Cash Money Records Is Still On Despite Their Reunion

Even though it looks like Lil Wayne and Birdman have reunited with their recent studio session and the speech at LIV nightclub, Weezy is still pushing forward with his $51 million lawsuit against Baby and Cash Money Records.

Tunechi still wants Cash Money to release his Tha Carter V album and pay him the millions that he is owed (which is only right), or else he wants to be freed from his contract with the record label and be allowed to take Drake and Nicki Minaj with him.

According to TMZ, Birdman is currently trying to repair his personal relationship with Wayne first before dealing with the business side of things!


Birdman Discusses Relationship With Lil Wayne, Lawsuit, Tour Bus Shooting, LIV Club Incident, Young Thug & More

Birdman Discusses Relationship With Lil Wayne, Lawsuit, Tour Bus Shooting, LIV Club Incident & More

We saw a preview yesterday, now you can watch part 1 and part 2 of Birdman‘s interview with Power 105.1’s Angie Martinez that took place on his yacht in Miami, Florida on July 21st below.

During the conversation, Baby spoke on his current relationship with Lil Wayne, if him or anyone in his crew threw something at Wayne at LIV nightclub earlier this month, doing business at a young age, Wayne‘s lawsuit against him that says he is owed $51 million, not knowing how everything will turn out, if he had something to do with the shooting at Wayne‘s tour bus in Atlanta, and plenty more.

Birdman also revealed that he has never sued anyone in his lifetime until TIDAL recently, it is impossible for Nicki Minaj and Drake to leave Cash Money Records, if Tunechi tells him to his face that he really wants to leave the label then he won’t stand in his way and he will still always support him, he last spoke to Weezy 2 days ago, and that Tune will forever be his son no matter what happens.

In part 2 of the interview, Baby gets asked about why he pushed Tha Carter V back, Turk, what he is most proud of, Tyga wanting to leave, Cash Money legacy, Young Thug and if he has beef with Mr. Carter, Tha Carter VI, what exactly went down at LIV nightclub when a cup of liquor was thrown at Lil Wayne, and more. Birdman also confirmed that he sees Wayne at the studio every day as they work next to each other!

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Lil Wayne Moves $51 Million Lawsuit Against Birdman & Cash Money Records To New Orleans

Lil Wayne Has Withdrawn His 51 Million Lawsuit Against Birdman & Cash Money

According to theJasmineBRAND, Lil Wayne has dropped his lawsuit against Birdman and Cash Money Records. If you recall, Weezy originally filed a lawsuit earlier this year claiming that he is owed $51 million and wants himself and his Young Money artists off Cash Money, because Baby never pays him or his artists the money that they are owed and because he refuses to release Tha Carter V.

The lawsuit was dropped on April 6th, which you would think means that Tunechi and Birdman have reached a settlement outside of court. Even though the case has been dismissed, Tune can still re-file if he wanted to. Click here to read the court documents.

UPDATE: Karen Civil says that Mr. Carter is not withdrawing the case, but instead just moving it to New Orleans!


Lil Wayne Sues Birdman For $51 Million, Freedom & Ownership Of Young Money Artists

Lil Wayne Sues Birdman For 51 Million, Freedom & Ownership Of Young Money Artists

A few days ago, we found out that Lil Wayne will be suing Birdman to get released from his contract with Cash Money Records and for $8 million, but it looks like Wayne is seeking to get a bit more mula from Baby.

Tunechi has filed his lawsuit against Birdman, which states that Cash Money have breached Tune‘s contract by not giving him the money he is owed for recording Tha Carter V and for delaying the album.

According to TMZ, Weezy is suing Baby for $51 million and as well as his freedom from the record label, he also wants all ownership of the artists signed to Young Money Entertainment, such as Nicki Minaj and Drake.

UPDATE: You can now read the full 19-page lawsuit below!

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