Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter V Delayed Release (Kinda) Explained

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Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne didn’t drop a highly-anticipated Tha Carter V album at midnight last night but he’s not the one to blame. New reports claim Weezy F. Baby never intended or confirmed a September 21 drop date.

According to Wayne’s Young Money camp, the Internet ultimately speculated a Friday release.

The hype started after Floyd Mayweather posted the album cover on Instagram earlier this month and captioned it “[Goat emoji] #21.” That led everyone to believe the album was dropping at midnight on September 21. But when midnight came and went … fans were left scratching their heads, especially after Floyd deleted the post. James Harden followed suit with “#13” and also deleted it. Point is … Wayne said zilch about Sept. 21. The wait continues … (TMZ)

This week, Cool & Dre producer Cool confirmed his involvement on Tha Carter V.

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@liltunechi #C5 who’s ready!!!!!!!!!!

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This week, social media speculated Carter V could possibly drop today.

In July, Dipset’s Juelz Santana hinted at Tha Carter V inching closer to coming out.

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