While fans and spectators may be happy with the release of Lil Wayne’s Sorry For The Wait 2, one individual not so happy is Birdman. The Cash Money Records CEO has reportedly expressed his disapproval for the mixtape’s opening track, a remix of O.T. Genasis’ “CoCo.”
“Our sources say Birdman is angry on 2 fronts … that Wayne is trying to bail on a binding contract and even more personal, he’s putting their relationship on blast,” TMZ says.
“The mogul won’t budge and will only release the album on his terms,” the article adds. “And he will fight Wayne if he sues to get out of his contract.”
The report also states that Birdman “will not voluntarily release the rapper from Cash Money.”
The song houses various references to the public rift between Lil Wayne and Cash Money Records, a rift that stemmed from a series of tweets sent by the former in early December of last year.
“Who kept this shit together? Nigga, me, that’s who,” Lil Wayne raps on the record’s opening bars. “Who was there when niggas left? Nigga, me, that’s who / Cash Money is an army, I’m a one man army / And if them niggas comin’ for me, I’m goin’ out like Tony.”
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