Lil Wayne’s series of tweets in December last year surprised many.
“I am a prisoner and so is my creativity,” the rapper wrote, blaming Birdman as well cash money records for delaying the release of his fifth album. “I want off this label and nothing to do with these people, but unfortunately it ain’t that easy.”

The surprise didn’t end there. Eight weeks after his series of tweets, Lil Wayne surprised many when he sued Cash Money Records for $51 million citing numerous financial misdeeds.

According to the lawsuit, Wayne was denied access to key accounting documents and in addition to that the label, Cash Money Records, owes Lil Wayne $8 million for the Carter V under a deal that was reached upon in 2012, the deal saw the rapper being guaranteed a staggering advance of $10 million per album.

While speaking to Rolling stones, Lil Wayne said that he is no longer on speaking terms with the CEO of Cash Money Records. “I have no words,” the rapper said. “I am super-numb to it, to tell you the truth.”
According to the rapper his fifth studio album, Tha Carter V, which he finished recording a sometime back is currently on ice right now. "It's super-done," Wayne says. "Cake baked, icing on top, name on top, candles lit. I would have released it yesterday if I could. But it's a dead subject right now. It's a jewel in the safe. It's that stash-house money."

How this drama tends to turn out is anyone’s guess at the moment that said Lil Wayne has been very busy working on his new projects including The Free Weezy Album which the rapper plans on releasing for free in March.