Damian Lillard returned to Twitter today to update everyone on that Lil Wayne guest verse issue he had yesterday. He says Birdman resolved it.
Lil Wayne is featured on Lillard’s very solid debut album The Letter O. The song he is on, “Loyal To The Soil” is the album’s most popular track. However, Lillard tweeted out that he was being forced to remove Wayne’s verse from the album by his “parent label.”
However, after some wrangling, Lillard gave fans an update stating that Wayne has been allowed to stay on the album.
While Universal nor Cash Money were ever named dropped in Lillard’s tweets, it’s obvious that one of the two labels has something to do with the pending block. Lil Wayne is currently in a bind with a $51 million lawsuit against Cash Money, who he is also accusing of refusing to release his Carter V album. Birdman has refuted those claims saying that it’s Wayne’s decision to keep the album on ice.
Meanwhile, Wayne’s manager Cortez Bryant has provided the most thorough explanation of the drama so far, inferring that Cash Money doesn’t have the money to properly promote it.
Listen to “Loyal To The Soil” after the jump.