Apple Music and Birdman have reportedly inked a deal for a documentary about Cash Money Records, according to a report fromBillboard. “Welcome to the fam [Birdman],” wrote Larry Jackson, Apple Music’s head of content, on Instagram. “Tough negotiator. Much respeck.” Although original reports indicated that the entire label would be entering into some type of exclusive streaming deal with Apple Music, several sources confirmed to Billboard that the “power move” was simply a one-off documentary about Birdman and Cash Money.
Lil Wayne was taken to a hospital on Monday after having multiple seizures, according to TMZ.
The 33-year-old was on a cross-country flight from Milwaukee to California, when he suffered a seizure, forcing his private jet to make an emergency landing in Omaha, Nebraska.
The latest wrinkle in Lil Wayne‘s legal battle with Birdman and Cash Money Records now includes documents where Weezy is trying out oust Birdman from his involvement in Young Money because of his mismanagement of the company.