Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne has reportedly dropped his $51 million lawsuit against mentor Baby‘s Cash Money Records empire.
According to reports, the lawsuit has vanished into thin air despite Wayne’s publicized issues with the label.
theJasmineBRAND.com exclusively reports, Lil Wayne has dropped his $51 million dollar lawsuit against Birdman’s Cash Money Records, without his mentor ever responding to his allegations of being screwed out of tens of millions for his yet to be released album “Tha Carter V”. (the Jasmine BRAND)
A clip of Wayne updating fans on his music projects and taking a jab at Cash Money surfaced online a few days ago.
“I’m about to turn y’all up in a second. You already know what it is. Free Weezy Album coming soon, Carter 5 coming soon. F*ck Cash Money!” (The Shade Room Inc)
Wayne’s long-awaited Free Weezy Album project is expected to come out this month.
During a performance at the Red Bull Guest House this past Saturday (Mar. 28), Tunechi announced that the free project will be dropping in April, but didn’t reveal a set date. (AHH)
According to reports, Wayne performed in Florida last month and had his crew pass out “Free Weezy Album” shirts to concertgoers.
Last night during Miami Music Week, Lil Wayne’s team handed out T-shirts for his upcoming Free Weezy Album. The black and white “FWA” shirts were designed by Weezy’s clothing line Trukfit in collaboration with Red Bull Guest House where Wayne performed. The rapper announced last month that he would be releasing the new tracks for free very soon. (Complex)