Lil Wayne and Birdman are taking steps to repair their relationship after spending 2015 embattled in an ugly beef. Even though the long time friends and business partners are getting back on the right track, Wayne is not dropping his lawsuit against Baby.

Weezy's original lawsuit had him seeking $51 million and according to TMZ, the rapper is changing his stance on his demands. A source told the outlet that Wayne is still demanding the release of Tha Carter V and the millions of dollars he says Birdman owes him. The lawsuit was first filed in Jan. of 2015 and the original Hot Boy has been fighting to get off of the Cash Money roster since. He also threatened to take Drake and Nicki Minaj with him if he were to leave.

On Jan. 17, Wayne and Birdman reunited at Club LIV and performed on stage together for the first time in who knows how long. "This my muthafuckin' son and I'ma die for him. I'ma live for him and I'll muthafuckin' kill for him," Birdman told the club crowd. "That ain't gon' never change, nigga. It's YMCMB for life."

Last night (Jan. 20), the duo were spotted together once again as they flicked it up inside the studio alongside Yo Gotti. The two could be plotting on how to get back at Rick Ross after The Boss dissed both men in a SnapChat video.

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