Just over two months after it was initially reported that Lil Wayne was planning a $51 million lawsuit against Birdman and Cash Money Records, it looks as the two parties may have come to a mutual understanding.
According to exclusive reports on theJasmineBRAND.com, Lil Wayne has now dropped the $51 million lawsuit. Allegedly, the Cash Money Records CEO never responded to Wayne’s allegations of being played out of tens of millions of dollars for his postponed album, Tha Carter V.
“However on April 6th, Lil Wayne filed documents in the case stating he wishes to voluntarily dismiss the lawsuit against Cash Money,” theJasmineBRAND article says. “He dismissed the case ‘without prejudice’ meaning he could re-file but it appears the rapper and his mentor Birdman may have reached a truce.”
To view the court documents, click here.
For additional Lil Wayne coverage, watch the following DX Daily:
(April 7, 2015)
UPDATE: Lil Wayne’s lawsuit against Cash Money has not been dropped, according to Karen Civil.
“Lil Wayne lawsuit has NOT been dropped just moved to New Orleans,” she wrote on Twitter today (April 7).
Her tweet is as follows.
Lil Wayne lawsuit has NOT been dropped just moved to New Orleans.
— Karen Civil (@KarenCivil) April 7, 2015