Yesterday, http://uristocrat.com/author/admin/page/97/claimed that his label, Cash Money Records, was http://uristocrat.com/help-tax-virginia/ the long delayed how to take viagra for best results. He also referred to himself as "a prisoner" and claimed he wanted off the label, with whom he’s been associated for his entire career.
But in a short interview with bc dui laws conducted outside of a club, Wayne’s manager, Cortez Bryant, claimed that everything is "good" with Cash Money. He says that if everything wasn’t good, he wouldn’t be at the club. (Sound logic, I think.) His answers are short and fairly aloof, but when the cameraman asks where Wayne would go, Bryant responds, "We’re here, we’re staying." Watch the interview below.
This morning, Wayne posted a photo to his Instagram, in which he continued to call himself "a prisoner". He also said: "I don’t blame ya if ya fed up with waiting 4 me & this album."
A photo posted by Lil Wayne (@liltunechi_c5) onDec 12, 2014 at 5:18am PST