[He never paid for it].” Juvenile also added that he feels “Wayne really got beat out of all his money.” “Still up to the day, Wayne really got beat out of all his money and took another contract. I was signed to Atlantic and Jay-Z was excited about that because now we was about to get our own money. ’” Juve went on to say that Cash Money is still not giving Wayne what he deserves. They don’t care how big Wayne gets, they not giving up.“If you notice the Young Money/Cash Money imprint, some of the stuff that need to say Young Money don’t say Young Money. If I didn’t get it, he ain’t getting it.” Juvenile went on to add that he felt Wayne was “scared” to leave.In an interview with Complex, Juve talks about how Lil Wayne once wanted to leave too.“When Wayne was trying to leave Cash Money [in the mid 2000s], same thing,” he explained. According to TMZ, Weezy’s sources told the publication Birdman is “full of shit” for saying the much-anticipated album is “definitely coming out.” The two have been waging war since at least 2014 when the projected release date for the album came and went and then Wayne publicly said he wanted off Cash Money.Birdman has played cool throughout the process and still refers to Tunechi as his “son.” Wayne’s sources tell TMZ it’s all for show as the CEO is trying to “look like the nice guy” to the public. But for every fact you know about Weezy, there are five things you don't know about the New Orleans-bred rapper.
Don’t let that looking hard shit intimidate you because nigga I’m really with it.
Four years later and with no release date set, it’s understandable that fans are starting to wonder if they’ll ever hear it at all. I’mma put all that behind us and just let it move forward.” It’s a faint glimmer of hope for Weezy fans, although Birdman still had no date for the release.
However, Birdman was insistent that the album would come out, saying: “ coming out. has been at the heart of long-standing beef between Lil Wayne and his record label, a dispute that has seen both men take frequent public swipes at one another.
In August 2009, Wayne signed rapper Bow Wow to his label.
That same year, the rapper performed with Jay Sean on his hit song "Down," from Sean's 2009 album series, Tha Carter IV, which quickly met with success.