Trinidad James & Pusha T Spoke Their Opinions On Twitter On Lil Wayne Rant About Departure From Cash Money

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Lil Wayne shocked the world today, December 4th, after he decided to air out his issues with Birdman and Cash Money publicly for blocking the December 9th release of his album, Tha Carter 5.  Weezy took to Twitter and called them out for refusing to release his highly anticipated album, and expressed his desire to leave the label for good in the near future.  Given that Lil Wayne is regarded as YMCMB royalty, it was very shocking for fans to hear that such turbulence exists within the Hip Hop empire.

Despite previous issues, Pusha T was quick to jump on Twitter and respond to the drama with a positive offer to Lil Wayne.  Pusha sparked an enormous wave of responses from fans after he tweeted, “@LilTunechi this too shall soon pass #cometoGOODMUSIC.”

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Prior to tweeting that, he advised Wayne that if he joins their label he will be able to express his creativity on his musical projects and release his albums without having label CEO’s interfering.  Pusha even tweeted lyrics from his single, “Exodus,” which was meant as a previous diss to Weezy about how he is signed to too many people and how his contract was in shambles.  Some fans believe that Pusha was trolling, while others think he’s making a serious offer.

Trinidad James also responded by cosigning Wayne’s stress with Cash Money when he tweeted “I feel ya Wayne, I feel ya.”  Trinidad’s tweet was met with more mixed reactions than Pusha’s.

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[Vlad]

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