With each passing day Lil Wayne distances himself further from the only label he’s ever known.
As we previously reported, Wayne filed a $51 million breach of contract lawsuit in January of this year against Birdman and Cash Money Records.
The suit claims that Cash Money violated the deal in three ways.
1. Not paying Wayne an $8 million advance when he began recording Tha Carter V in December 2013.
2. Failing to pay Wayne an additional $2 million upon completion of the album a year later.
3. Refusing to release the album.
While Baby has remained relatively quiet about the growing rift between himself and the man he still calls “his son,” Weezy has waged war by continuing to publicly make his displeasure known.
This weekend Wayne threw more shots at Cash Money during a concert in Los Angeles. While performing the song “I’m Me” he changed lyrics in the chorus from “I’m a motherf*cking Cash Money Millionaire” to “I’m a motherf*cking Roc-A-Fella” millionaire.”