Lil Wayne’s Former Supervisor Is Reportedly Suing Him For At Least $20 Million

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Roommate, it looks like Lil Wayne’s former manager is trying to get his coins from Wayne, according to TMZ. Lil Wayne’s ex-manager Ronald Sweeney claims Wayne hired him in 2005 to help renegotiate his deal with Cash Money Records.

If you recall, Lil Wayne and Birdman had an ongoing payout feud between Young Money and Cash Money a few years ago. Things seemed to take an ugly turn between them, but luckily it looks like Birdman and Weezy crushed their differences and found something out. It gets difficult here. In the court documents, Ronald claims Weezy asked him to fire his longtime manager, Cortez Bryant. In return, Ronald wanted a raise. Although Ronald managed to fire Cortez, Ronald claims Cortez and Mack Maine conspired to drive a wedge between him and Weezy that eventually fired him.

Wayne recently sold his masters to Universal Music Group, reportedly for more than $ 100 million. While Ronald doesn’t appear to be asking for money from this deal, he apparently brought it up to show that Weezy has the funds to give him his coins!

Wayne has been involved in a number of ongoing legal cases. He was last stopped in Miami, where federal agents claim they found drugs and a handgun on board his jet. Although Wayne maintains his innocence, if found guilty, he could face up to 10 years in prison. We’ll definitely make sure you stay roommate on this tea! Until then, we hope Weezy can resolve these legal cases. I think we can all agree that we’d hate to see him behind bars!

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