After an ongoing battle with former producer Darius “Deezle” Harrison over his mega-hit song Lollipop, rapper Lil Wayne and Cash Money have brought the case to a close and settled out of court. Deezle first filed the lawsuit against the Young Money rapper after the release of Tha Carter III. The suit claimed that the label failed to pay him for his work on “Lollipop,” as well as other songs from the album and requested $20 million of the $70 million in sales the album brought in. According to TMZ, while Weezy wasn’t initially planning to cough up the cash, both parties have now reached an agreement and the case has been dismissed.
A few weeks back, Weezy announced on MTV that he re-signed with Cash Money for a four-album deal, and since then, rumors have begun to surface that Birdman put up $150 million to retain Wayne’s recording rights.
Weezys next album will be I Am Not a Human Being II
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