AceShowbiz - Lil Wayne isn't ready to end his feud with Birdman. After a video surfaced online showing him dissing Cash Money at his recent concert, a new detail regarding his tumultuous relationship with the record label's boss emerged via TMZ.
The site reported that discussions of a settlement over Wayne's $51 million lawsuit against Cash Money Records, which stemmed from the indefinite delay of his album "Tha Carter V", completely "broke off within the past month."
The Young Money leader was the one who ended the negotiations. At first, he thought that Birdman finally agreed to release his long-overdue LP and he got mad when finding out that nothing had changed.
Wayne sued Birdman and his Cash Money label last year, months after he claimed he's not allowed to release the fifth "Tha Carter" album. Their beef seemed to be a thing of the past when the two reunited on the stage for a joint performance earlier this year.
However, Wayne hinted that he still had issues with Birdman when he posed for a photo with Birdman's foes Rick Ross and Trick Daddy at Beyonce Knowles' "Formation" tour kick-off last month. He made things more obvious when he led the crowd attending his show at Denver's 420 Rally to chant, "F**k Cash Money."