By Stranga The Great
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
Clearly, by 2013, Drake eclipsed Lil Wayne, but he remained a viable artist in the game. However, the closing weeks of 2014 saw a major shift in Lil Wayne’s career. Following the “Believe Me” single release and the tour with Drake, Wayne blasted Cash Money Records on Twitter.
Cortez Bryant initially claimed Lil Wayne was hacked, but Wayne later confirmed it was really him. Behind the scenes, Cortez Bryant guided the Young Money label into a force of nature. His management of that label led to DJ Khaled bringing We The Best and Ace Hood to the label.
When Lil Wayne vented about his struggles, DJ Khaled silently departed from Cash Money, taking Ace, Mavado, and Vado. Outside of social media, no one knew Young Money’s side of the story. Cortez Bryant spoke on behalf of Lil Wayne on what happened with Cash Money and Tha Carter V.
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