|Lil' Wayne pissed that Birdman let the Tyga loose.|
Lil' Wayne is mentally deflated with the music business. He is losing his label and his acts. He was pissed that Tyga was let go from his contract with Young Money/Cash Money without Weezy's approval.
His old mentor has majority control of Rich Gang Music and Weezy's Young Money Entertainment and the move was unprecedented.
Bryan "Baby" Williams, known professionally as Birdman owns the labels as well as Cash Money Records. Cash Money Records was founded by Birdman and his brother Ronald "Slim" Williams.
The two started the label in New Orleans and they signed their distribution deal with Universal Republic Records.
Tyga is a washed up rapper who gained fame following Weezy, Drizzy and Nicki. He had some modest hits on the radio, but unfortunately he had a string of bad luck. That deal with Cash Money didn't help him score Grammy albums. And his record deal that wasn't living up to its expectations.
In October 2014, Tyga was first to express frustration with label. He was upset over the label not releasing his album. He was angry and vented off at Birdman. He also engaged in a public feud with Drake.
Drake let him have it. He knocked the rapper for his sexual deviancy and his controversial relationship with Kylie Jenner.
Tyga's last album Last King: The Gold Album 18th Dynasty was pushed independently with Kanye West co-executive producing the album. The album didn't fare well and it was shipped to the burner.
|Tyga begins his new journey from the back.|
Tyga officially signed to G.O.O.D. Music and performed with Desiigner, the rapper who sounds eerily similar to Future.
TMZ reports that Lil' Wayne is furious that Birdman let the Tyga go.
Sources close to Wayne tell TMZ, that the rapper is fuming after Tyga was cut loose, opening the door for him to sign a new deal with Kanye. Problem is....he was on Young Money and Weezy had a 49% stake in his company.
The Kardashian/Jenner clan isn't pleased with Tyga's relationship with Kylie. The rapper is blowing money fast and they believe he's embarrassing to Kylie and the family.
|Birdman rather make money than waste his time on a failed act.|
Wayne believes Birdman's extravagant living has been a burden to the label. Lil' Wayne sued Birdman for $51 million in royalties and his release from Cash Money and Young Money.