Judge Dismisses $20 Million Lawsuit Against Lil Wayne

Update 10/15/2021 11:06am: Lil Wayne’s former attorney Ronald Sweeney became Lil Wayne’s manager following the firing of Wayne’s former manager Cortez Bryant. Since then, Sweeney filed a claim saying that Weezy denied him of commissions and also didn’t pay him for services he gave while Wayne was dealing with legal issues involving Cash Money Records. The suit filed by Sweeney said that Weezy refused to pay “his promised 10% of the recovery from lawsuits, 10% of the sale of master recordings owned by Lil Wayne’s record label and then 17%…

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Birdman Says He’s Done More For Hip-Hop Than Diddy And Jay-Z

  Birdman is regarded as one of the more successful rap moguls of his generation, having built Cash Money Records into one of the biggest record labels in the game. But during an appearance on Big Bank and DJ Scream’s Big Facts podcast, the New Orleans native spoke on his belief that he’s reached higher heights in the music industry than his peers in hip- hop, including Jay-Z, Diddy, and Russell Simmons.   “As a man, I accomplished more than all of them. And I don’t say that in a disrespectful way. I’m not trying to…

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NICKI MINAJ VOWS TO STOP CORRECTING LYRICS AFTER CUBAN DOLL ‘CROCODILE TEETH’ CONFUSION

Nicki Minaj is enjoying fans’ reception to her new singles from the re-release of 2009’s Beam Me Up Scotty mixtape. However, helping correct Cuban Doll on one particular lyric prompted Nicki to clarify she isn’t out to embarrass people she genuinely loves. On Saturday (May 22), Cuban Doll shared a photo on Instagram with a caption highlighting Nicki’s verse from “Crocodile Teeth.” “My type of gal wanna know da opps out,” she initially wrote. After noticing the post, Nicki jumped in the comments to point out the verse was in patois and gave Cuban the…

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Birdman Guarantees B.G. Will Be Released from Prison “Soon”

Birdman boasts over 4 million followers on Instagram, and he rarely posts. However, he took to his page to let fans know that original Hot Boys rapper B.G. will be released from prison soon. Birdman shared a recent photo of B.G. along with the caption, “Be home soon guaranteed @new_bghollyhood cashmoney4L chopper city #RICHGANG.” Late last year, B.G. submitted a request for compassionate release due to the coronavirus pandemic, as he hoped to serve the last four years of his sentence on house arrest. B.G.’s lawyer, Robert Jenkins, told the…

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