Juvenile Says Lil Wayne Scared to Leave Cash Money! [Details]

Rucuss staffNovember 6, 2012

Juvenile left Cash Money Records years ago, but it wasn’t without a fight.

Juve, along with original labelmates B.G., Turk and Mannie Fresh left the record label because of money disputes. Now, Juvenile claims Lil Wayne was contemplating leaving Cash Money too. According to Juvenile, all the original labelmates experienced money problems with Cash Money.

In a recent interview with Complex, Juve opens up about his financial issues with Cash Money Records and how Lil Wayne was being ripped as well. Juve told Complex:

“When Wayne was trying to leave Cash Money [in the mid 2000s], same thing. He was trying to find out how did I leave, what did I do, he wanted to see my paperwork. I was like you can see it, but you’re gonna have to pay me for it now because now I know you ain’t with me. You’re own your own because I’m definitely on my own. If you want the paperwork and help from my end, I need to be compensated for it. [He never paid for it].”

“Still up to the day, Wayne really got beat out of all his money and took another contract. That’s part I never understood. I was signed to Atlantic and Jay-Z was excited about that because now we was about to get our own money. That’s what I really wanted. I wanted him to leave. All of a sudden he signed back I’m like, ‘Damn, what type of deal he got working?’

“If you notice the Young Money/Cash Money imprint, some of the stuff that need to say Young Money don’t say Young Money. I know Baby and I know Ronald [“Slim” Williams]. They ain’t giving up power of their company. They don’t care how big Wayne gets, they not giving up. If I didn’t getting it, he ain’t getting it.”

“[Tha Carter III] album did great. But I don’t think Wayne collected a dime on royalty side. I don’t think he’s gonna be able to because some of the cats he was dealing with wasn’t doing straight business on the producer side. You’re under the impression that the guy you got the beat from was the guy who made the beat. It was situations like that that Wayne got caught in.”

“It’s all backfiring on him because you got other cats who made these tracks who stepped in and said, ‘I made that.’ It happened with the Deezle record. It happened with three of his songs off that album. Everything is on a standstill because of that.

“I thought he was scared [that’s why he stayed]. That’s how I took it.”

Guess its safe to say that Juvenile will never reunite with Cash Money.

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