In a new Billboard feature, the West Coast rapper promised nothing has changed in regard to how he feels about Weezy F. Baby.
He’s also suing former label Young Money and Bryan “Birdman” Williams’ Cash Money for $10 million in unpaid dues stemming from financial issues with the label. Still, Tyga insists, it hasn’t caused a rift with Wayne: “He is one of the greatest to ever do it, and I’ll always voice that.” (Billboard)
Tyga claims Young Money — run by Lil Wayne — shorted him “significant sums.” He goes on in his lawsuit to claim in 2016 both Cash Money and Young Money agreed to pay Tyga all the royalties that he says were owed to him for years, but he didn’t get squat. Tyga says he’s tried over and over to get paid, only to get stonewalled. (TMZ)
“We dropped it the first day and all the reactions, like it was crazy,” he continues. “It got like, I don’t know…a million views like the first day, something crazy…Kanye hit me up and he was like, ‘Man, this is the best video of all time.’ … That was cool that he checked the video out [as] soon as it came out. And he was like on it, like one of the first people on it so, that was dope.” (Billboard)
In September, Tyga dropped his new “Dip” and “Swap Meet” singles.
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