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Weezy will still let Birdman release his 'Tha Carter V' only if he's paid $10M he was supposed to receive from the label for his long-delayed album.
The rapper, who's currently in the middle of a war with Cash Money and its boss Birdman, wants to take his Young Money artists with him when he leaves the record label.
Inspired by Rosamund Pike's character in the thriller, the song finds Weezy and the rap trio rapping about falling for a psycho girl named Amy.
Weezy is reportedly seeking a multimillion dollar paycheck from his label as an advance for his delayed studio album 'Tha Carter V'.
The rap mogul is reportedly mad at Weezy for trying to get out of his contract and for putting their relationship on blast.
The track, which is Weezy's remix to I LOVE MAKONNEN's 'Maneuvering', will be featured on his new mixtape that's coming out on Tuesday, January 20.
The No Limit boss says there's a possibility of him to sign Weezy, who's been feuding with his longtime label Cash Money over the latest delay of 'Tha Carter V' album.
The two stars, who were involved in a No Limit Vs. Cash Money feud for years, finally appear on a song together.
Weezy has issued an ultimatum to Cash Money, saying he'll sue the company to get out of his contract if his oft-delayed project doesn't hit the shelves soon.
Young Money's CEO Mack Maine and Weezy's longtime pal Fee Banks both mention the follow-up to 2011's 'Sorry for the Wait' mixtape in separate Instagram posts.
The label's boss isn't allowing Weezy to leave because he's still under contract and he'll release the long-delayed 'Tha Carter V' album after administrative work related to the project is done.
The raptress shows off her killer curves in a sheer black body suit over a black bra and tiny panties as she and some other ladies torture several men.
In a cryptic Twitter post, the 'Krazy' rapper appears to announce that his imprint Young Money is no longer a part of Cash Money.
Days after blasting the label during a rant following another 'Tha Carter V' delay, Weezy told the crowd at his recent live gig that he'd put out the album soon for his fans.
Cortez Bryan, the manager, claims that Weezy and YMCMB are fine after the rapper suggested he wanted to leave the label in a Twitter rant.