Lil Wayne reportedly threatens Birdman & Cash Money Records with lawsuit Posted by: Editor December 27, 2014 in World News Leave a comment By Kenneth Atisele Wayne is standing firm in his belief the album is ready to go but Birdman still says there’s a lot of behind-the-scenes work left to be done. Photo: Filed Since the start of December, Lil Wayne has been at the top of news headlines over his fallout with Cash Money Records CEO, Bryan ‘Birdman’ Williams.
Wayne took to his Twitter account to voice his frustrations, letting fans know that the label is not allowing him to release his highly anticipated The Carter V album and saying he is being held ‘hostage’. The Young Money boss even went as far as saying that he will be off the label very soon. Sources very close to the feud have now told TMZ that ‘Wayne has issued a simple ultimatum, in writing, no less – ‘release Tha Carter V’ pronto or he will sue to leave Cash Money altogether.
Other reports say Wayne is standing firm in his belief the album is ready to go but Birdman still says there’s a lot of behind-the-scenes work left to be done. This of course threw fans into a loop considering the fact that Lil Wayne and Cash Money have become synonymous since they rose to stardom during the 1990s. Birdman has remained mum on the subject, but there have been rumblings behind the scenes that he has no intentions of letting Birdman Jr out of his contract. Things don’t look like they are getting any better as TMZ is reporting that Lil Wayne is mulling over the idea of filing a formal lawsuit, forcing the label to release his album. With each passing day, it appears that the situation is heading to the point of no return….