The hip-hop world was sent into a frenzy by a few tweets sent by Lil Wayne yesterday afternoon (Dec. 4), with the New Orleans bred rapper saying that Baby and Cash Money's management are the reason for the delay of Tha Carter V, and that he wants off of Cash Money Records.

Despite what seems to be obvious in-fighting within the label, when TMZ caught up with Weezy's manager, Cortez Bryant, he painted a much brighter picture. When asked by a TMZ reporter last night if those tweets from Wayne signified the end of an era, Bryant replied: "Of course not... We good." When asked about Tyga and his issues with Cash Money, he responded: "Tyga's good too, that's my brother."

Finally, when asked if they had to go to any other record label, where they (Wayne and Bryant) would go, Bryant responded: "We stayin' where we at."

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