Lil Wayne And TI Reportedly Starting Their Own Record Label: One That Would Have Considerable Firepower

T.I. & Lil Wayne

At about 1:30 am the Young Thug, closely accompanied by Byrd Man and their “Rich Gang” entourage of over 20 began arriving at IVY and piling into the club from the side VIP entrance.

TI arrived almost unseen, arriving very quietly, and requesting his bottles to be sent without sparklers, and without commotion.

Finally Noticing TI, the crowd immediately shifts it’s attention to TI while he puts on a full-on performance BY HIMSELF ending with his song “IF it Ain’t about the Money” that originally features Young Thug!

TI’s charisma and dance moves were no match and the crowd went wild. He ends the performance addressing the crowd by shouting ‘TI’s THE KING!’ into the mic and jumps off booth.


The Rich Gang entourage had vacated the club by this time.

It was definitely a night meant to be about YOUNG THUG and of course BYRD MAN himself, however, TI definitely stole the show for himself!

He made sure to remind everyone who is the “KING” of the South – and of his new allegiance to LIL WAYNE!!”

Lil Wayne and TI have reportedly come to an agreement to form their own record label, one that could be the biggest in the industry.

The report came from MediaTakeOut, who claimed that the rappers have been holding secret negotiations to break off and form their own label, one that would have considerable firepower.

Wayne has the rights to Drake and Nicki Minaj and TI has the rights to Iggy Azalea,” the source explained.

While it’s not been confirmed that Lil Wayne and TI are starting their own record label, the rappers have collaborated many times in the past, including the 2013 hit “Wit Me.”

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