The legal feud between Lil Wayne and Birdman has entered into another tense phase, this after the Cash Money Records boss allegedly cut off contract negotiation talks with his former pupil. If the chatter behind the scenes is to be believed, Birdman feels that Lil Wayne’s recent displays of disrespect are grounds to discontinue their communication.

The two were apparently close to having a talk to settling a $51-million lawsuit launched by Weezy related to the terms of his contract with Cash Money Records, according to TMZ. Lawyers on both sides had the meeting in their sights until Birdman was alerted to Wayne’s recent performance of the track “I’m Me” in which he changed the lyrics to seemingly reflect an allegiance with Jay Z’s Roc Nation label.

Wayne has also dragged Cash Money’s name through the mud in several performances this year.

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Sources further told the outlet that Birdman and Hov have their own simmering beef going on, thus leading to this current stance of silence. Wayne’s connection to Jay Z isn’t new, this after he almost signed with the label prior to Birdman stepping in and offering a larger deal along with throwing in the Young Money Records imprint to sweeten the pot.

No official comments have been published on the matter from either side.