lil Wayne and birdman are speak to each other

imageNClearly enough, the feud between Lil Wayne and Birdman is crucial for Cash Money Records, since Weezy has been the top artist and #1 priority for the imprint ever since he put his name on the initial contract back in 1998. Going from industry father and son to legal enemies, Baby and his most precious signee are currently acting like complete strangers, as Tunechi sued him for $51 million. An in-depth analysis of the messy situation is available here. In the meantime, Rolling Stone reached out to Wayne for a commentary. First and foremost, Weezy made it clear he takes it personally and revealed he and Birdman are no longer speaking to each other. I have no words,” he says. “I’m super-numb to it, to tell you the truth.” When asked about the ongoing lawsuit, Wayne simply reminded the interviewer that, “That’s a legal matter, homeboy.” As for the prisoner tweet, he tried to block it with a joke, before admitting he felt extremely pressured at that point. I love being a prisoner in some p****. That’s what I meant… I’m human. But it’s nothing that a good blunt can’t cure.” During the interview Weezy made an update on the status of Tha Carter V. As per his own words, the album is “super-done” and he can put it out right now, if he was the one who makes the decisions. It’s super-done,” he says. “Cake baked, icing on top, name on top, candles lit. I would have released it yesterday if I could. But it’s a dead subject right now. It’s a jewel in the safe. It’s that stash-house money.” Touching on The Free Weezy Album, the rapper shared he plans to release it in March. He also claimed the project, which will be released for free, served as the perfect platform for him to showcase his creativity. I’m working on it every day, man,” he says. “I guarantee it’s going to be something dope. If you don’t want a musician being creative, don’t get The Free Weezy Album.” Amongst the other topics, Wayne also reflected on his 2014 statement that he will retire from music once he puts out Tha Carter V. By the looks of it, he reconsidered his decision and most probably won’t put the mic down permanently anytime soon. I’ve thought about it,” he says. “But for a person like me that bleeds, eats, sleeps and shits music, it’s hard to do.”

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