@LilTunechi built Young Money from his dreams to reality. Launched the careers of @Drake @NICKIMINAJ @Tyga not from their talent but from the belief in what he saw that they saw in themselves and put everything in making sure they fulfill their dreams! That's what Young Money is about That's the DNA of the real Lil Wayne Sacrifice himself to want his artist to be better! Wayne carried Cash Money on his back for over 10 years when he could have left and did this on his own The most loyal person I know on earth! He don't deserve the shit he's going through at this point in the game. One thing for sure Two things for certain @mackmaine and myself will not let this dream die WE GOT US! #YOUNG MONEY #sorry4forthewait #freeCV

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Problems between Lil Wayne and Cash Money Records have been the topic of discussion over the past few weeks. On Thursday (Dec. 4), Wayne took to twitter  to express his dismay with Cash Money Records regarding the release of his fifth album, Tha Carter V. This melt down came as a shock to fans, particularly because Weezy has been affiliated with Baby and Cash Money for several years. On Thursday (Dec. 25), Lil Wayne threatened his mentor Birdman and Cash Money with a lawsuit if the label refused to put out his album. In response to all of this, Baby made it clear that he doesn't have any intentions of releasing Weezy from his contract and is prepared to go to court over the matter.

Well in the midst of all of this, Cortez Bryant has also come forward to share his thoughts on the matter. The NOLA native's manager took to Instagram to shed some light on the situation, expressing his frustration with the CMR as well. "Wayne carried Cash Money on his back for over 10 years when he could have left and did this on his own," wrote Bryant.

Peep part 1 and part 2 of his message above and below.

@imguddagudda @jae_millz @corygunz174 @liltwist @shanellymcmb

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Christina Milian, rumored to be Lil Wayne's current girlfriend, shared her thoughts on the YMCMB beef while attending the Los Angeles premiere of Fox's Empire. Milian talked about how hard it is for her on the business end while Weezy and Cash Money conflict continues, “It’s a little difficult," said Milian. "I’m on the same record label. I’m on Young Money, so it’s a little difficult when it comes to business. [I] understand the circumstance for all of them.”

Watch the video of Milian speaking with HollywoodToday below.