Cash Money Records, the label co-owned by brothers Bryan “Birdman” Williams and Ronald “Slim” Williams, has been hit with a new lawsuit.
It looks like the contentious and protracted contract negotiations with Birdman and Cash Money Records have taken a heavy toll on Lil Wayne.
Unbeknownst to many, Jas Prince was responsible for discovering and catapulting Drake’s rap career after finding him on MySpace. By the time Jas reached out to the OVO rapper, he already had success as an actor on the Canadian television drama series, Degrassi and began to circulate as a lyricist. Although Jas comes from a music based family and has a Rap-A-Lot affiliation through his father J Prince, Jas opens up to DJ Vlad that Drake was uncertain of his promises. “I was like, ‘I’m [going to] make you famous’ and he was like ‘I hear that a lot.'” Even though Drake appeared pessimistic about Jas’ capabilities, he decided to work with him regardless.
On Monday, TMZ reported that Lil Wayne’s plane was forced to make an emergency landing in Nebraska after the rapper suffered a seizure. He reportedly had a second seizure once the plane took off again and was taken to the hospital by an ambulance.
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.