Wayne claims because Cash Money is refusing to pay, he’s entitled to walk.
But Lil Wayne wants more than just a declaration of freedom. He’s suing for $51 MILLION.
And Wayne wants the judge to declare he’s the joint copyright owner of all Young Money recordings … which includes Drake, Nicki Minajand several others.
Sources connected to Wayne tell TMZ … if Birdman antes up then he can release “Tha Carter V,” but only if Wayne gets paid. Wayne says he was supposed to get an $8 million advance when he began recording in December, 2013 and another 2M when he completed the album a year later, but so far he’s gotten nothing.

Source: TMZ

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18 thoughts on “Lil Wayne Ups the Ante to $51 Million and Copyright Ownership of YM Artist in Lawsuit w/ Cash Money”
  1. This is chess, NOT CHECKERS! Lil Wayne drafted that talent. HE’S TRYING TO DESTROY THE WHOLE TEAM!!!!!! (somebody is gonna get hurt) Dude kissing in public one minute, and trying to screw one another the next.

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