The seemingly never ending feud between Birdman/Cash Money Records and Lil Wayne has held up the release of Weezy’s album, “Tha Carter V,” for three years.
Earlier this week Baby gave fans a reason for hope when he said the album will finally see the light of day.
“It’s definitely coming out,” he announced on Travis Scott’s Beats 1 radio show. “The situation with me and my son, I’m going to put it all behind us and just let it move forward. Wayne is one of the best artists ever to do the game, and I want to see him continue to do what he been doing, and I’m going to support whatever he’s doing.”
Wayne must not have gotten the memo because he has the album’s masters and says it’s not coming out until the $51 million lawsuit against his label is settled, according to TMZ.
The “A Milli” hit maker believes Birdman is just trying to “look like the nice guy” by dangling a carrot in front of fans.
However, TMZ reports that a resolution could come soon because Stunna met with Cash Money’s distributor, Universal Records, last week in an attempt to work out a deal that would financially satisfy Wayne