Lil Wayne Claims Birdman & Universal Worked Together to Screw Him Outta Millions

The 5th of July was quite a day for Lil Wayne. One of those being the Mike WiLL Made It produced record “Fireworks” featuring Young Jeezy.Tunechi released several new songs under the YouTube moniker In Tune We Trust. In turn, Hollywood Reporter adds that Weezy has three new demands: a liquidator appointed for Cash Money assets, a permanent injunction, and finally, the freedom to handle the release of his dangerously anticipated Tha Carter V album. “Wait for Carter V to drop”, he raps.Earlie today a few snippets from Wayne’s music leaked and a lot of people took it as a sign that Dedication 6 with DJ Drama was going to be released this month.”I’m still trying to fight for my Independence, but today I’m saying fuck it and giving all my fans some new music!”Lil Wayne’s ongoing Birdman feud has a new layer. “Thanks for being there and patiently waiting while I endure this fight”, said the rapper on Instagram. “Universal knew that Cash Money would not reserve from such advances sufficient funds to meet its obligations to Plaintiffs, pay to Plaintiffs earnings on the records co-owned by them, or to pay or account to other artists or vendors”.Wayne claims that Birdman and Universal Music Group conspired to withhold profits he should’ve received from Young Money artists Nicki Minaj and Drake.