During a live gig in N.Y. on the next day, he confirmed the problem between him and his label on the stage. “I was supposed to drop my new album December 9, but due to technical difficulties I’m f**ked up in a bad situation,” he told the crowd. “But I will be out of this soon and I do it for y’all. So put the motherf**kin’ fives up for ‘Carter V’.”
Lil Wayne hints he’s really done with Cash Money Records. A week after launching a Twitter rant and expressing desire to leave the record label, the rapper appeared to address the beef again in a cryptic Twitter post he sent out on Thursday, December 11.
“YM! That’s it. Nothing else,” he wrote. With the post, Weezy may be saying that his imprint Young Money, which also houses big rap acts like Drake, Nicki Minaj and Tyga, is no longer a part of Cash Money.
- Wants Off the Label
- Is Wayne really seeking a new label for Tha Carter V?
- Ultimately, Tha Carter V will be released. But how and when is anyone’s guess at this point.