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Lil Wayne Now Entirely Owns Young Money

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Lil Wayne Now Entirely Owns Young Money

Lil Wayne Now Entirely Owns Young Money

In a new interview with Billboard, Lil Wayne revealed that Young Money is no longer a joint business venture with Cash Money.

Yup that’s right, ownership has been granted entirely to Wayne as part of the legal settlements with Birdman that were finalized this past June. In the cover story, Wayne explains that he settled for an undisclosed sum and also retained its distribution deal with Republic. As a result, he will be releasing the highly anticipated album Tha Carter V.

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Wayne explained that he didn’t let the situation between Birdman get to him.

“I didn’t let it get to me too much,” Wayne shared. “Just the confidence in knowing that there’s always a tomorrow and I’m going to make sure that tomorrow is bright. Some people can’t go on [like] that, like, ‘OK, tomorrow will be better.’ They need it to be better right now. And thank God I didn’t, and I never did.

He also shared how his relationship is with the rapper who he looked at as a father figure, despite the long, nasty legal battle.

“Not even just with him [Birdman], but my relationships with a lot of people have become different, just because of how different I work now,” he said. “I’m submerged in everything about myself, trying to be better at who I am. It’s something where you have to cut some things off.”

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