Parting is such sweet sorrow. After the news broke of Lil’ Wayne suing Cash Money for $51 million, people can now take a look at the leaked court documents online, especially those still in shock and disbelief.
The 21-page document was made available online yesterday by Mark H. Jaffe, a lawyer not affiliated with either parties, to Scribd.com. The document outlines the disputes between Young Money and Cash Money going as far back as 2005.
According to the document, when Wayne signed with Cash Money in 1998 and created Young Money in 2003, they both agreed to split ownership 51-49 for all things Young Money. The label also breached their contract with Wayne by not only refusing payment for his album “Tha Carter V” but also failing to register the copyrights to his album “I Am Not A Human Being”.
Cash Money was also suppose to pay Wayne a $10 million advance per solo album, $8 million advance for recording and $2 million payment for completing his solo albums.
You can check out the document right here, or just go to the original website