Chanel West Coast has long been believed to be signed to Young Money and rotting in label purgatory just like the rest of the artists.

Young Money rapper Flow, born Widner Degruy, has been indicted on murder charges. Flow had been out on bail before cops picked him up on Sept. 25. 

DJ E-Feezy represents the Heavy Hitter and Young Money families, respectively, on his new mixtape The Wolf of South Beach. The project features unreleased heat from Lil Wayne, the head honcho of the latter.

What is the world coming to when Birdman is being accused of stiffing a producer on payment checks? Surely an upstanding music mogul such as the #1 Stunna would always make sure those checks clear on time, no?

Chanel West Coast was reportedly a raging drunk last night in West Hollywood, when she was arrested for fighting, kicking and punching a cop following a separate brawl with a club-hopping female. Now that the booze has subsided in her system, the stalwart Young Money artist is suddenly an activist against police brutality.

Chanel West Coast, the struggle rapper on Young Money and MTV’s Ridiculousness with Rob Dyrdek, got arrested at a Hollywood club last night for fighting, and then attacking a cop.

Back in 2008, Lil Wayne was the hottest commodity in rap and he called upon plenty of producers such as Kanye West, Bangladesh, Jim Jonsin and David Banner to construct Tha Carter III album.

The day of judgement grows near for Widner Degruy, better known to the general public as the Young Money rapper Flow. The 23-year-old New Orleans citizen has been ducking law enforcement since Memorial Day after he and his accomplice, Jonathan Evans, were accused of killing two brothers, Kendred and Kendrick “Muddycupbuddy” Bishop.

As you very well know, Lil Wayne has let it be known that he is fed up with getting jerked (contractually) by Birdman and he wants off the Cash Money island as soon as humanly possible.

Lil Wayne dishes out a visual for “Hollyweezy” from Sorry 4 The Wait 2 in celebration of every smoker’s favorite “holiday.”

Red Bull Music Academy recently connected with Lil Wayne at the Red Bull Guest House 2015 in Miami to discuss all topics, except his ongoing legal strifes with Cash Money Records (all $51M worth).

Amid personal-turned-legal strife with Birdman and Cash Money Records, Lil Wayne could release his Free Weezy Album as early as April, according to Red Bull.