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Lil Wayne attends Birdman's album launch

Lil Wayne surprised Birdman and the release of the Cash Money Documentary 'Before Anythang' album which doesn't even include his music.


Emily Treadgold


Lil Wayne isn't the biggest fan of Birdman right now, the two have a long troubled history. They've had some ups and downs as business partners.

However, their legal issues didn't stop Lil Wayne from making a surprise appearance at Birdman's album release party. The album is the soundtrack to Before Anythang the Cash Money Documentary. The party was held at Studio 23 in Miami.

The album is showcasing the talent that Cash Money has brought to the public, but their most prominent act Lil Wayne is somehow not on the album. He stopped by the party and even posed for a picture with Birdman.

Something tells me Birdman is on-tap for a dollar amount before this feud gets squashed, if ever. Maybe not the reported $51 million Weezy was initially seeking in the lawsuit, but some kind of nominal gesture could pave the way.

Lil Wayne originally sued Birdman for 51 million and asked to end his contract with Cash Money. He claimed Birdman violated the contract by not paying him the money he's owed from his project Tha Carter V he also wants the copyright ownership of all Young Money records.

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