CULTUREDAPPROVED and Phil Jackson TRIED to help, but Cash Money did not (fully) listen. Earlier today, Lil Wayne accused Birdman and Cash money Records of holding up the release of of Tha Carter V and proclaiming he wants off the label.
The Young Money general took to his personal Twitter account to voice his displeasure:
Lil Wayne's Tha Carter V was scheduled to be released on October 28th, but after that date came and went without any sight of the new album (even to the non-Senile), Wayne announced the album would be split into two parts. The first part was set to be released in five days on December 9th. This was set to be Lil Wayne's retirement album but two years before he declared it that, he resigned with Cash Money to release four more albums. Wayne stated it would take between $25-35 million for him to do another solo album. He has only released I Am Not A Human Being II since resigning but did appear on Young Money's Rise of An Empire album earlier this year, possibly counting towards his album total.
Past rival, Pusha T took the time to remind Lil Wayne he has a home on G.O.O.D. Music and remind the people of him disemination insider information on Wayne's contract situation over two years ago on the scathing diss song "Exodus 23:!"(even though he denied the song was about Lil Wayne shortly after its release):