It’s a magnificent day for Lil Wayne.
He just celebrated the release of Tha Carter V – an album many are calling a classic – in addition to having a party in Los Angeles to mark his 36th birthday.
Tha Carter V is the first release Lil Wayne has ever put out on his own label, Young Money Records, after he won his freedom after settling a $51 million lawsuit with Birdman and Cash Money.
As for Birdman, he could be staring at some serious jailtime, since he is the subject of a criminal investigation.
According to The Cobb County, Georgia District Attorney, they are involved in a serious criminal probe, in an attempt to define the role Birdman may have played in a 2015 shooting, where Lil Wayne’s bus took a massive amount of gunfire after he left a performance at Compound.
Investigators said they are also investigating Young Thug’s part in the shooting, which resulted in a 20-year-sentence for a man named Jimmy Winfrey, who was Young Thug’s road manager.
Winfrey has told prosecutors he was just acting on the orders of Birdman, who supposedly ordered the hit on Wayne over a lawsuit he filed against Cash Money Records, for failing to pay him millions in advances and royalties.
The bus driver, named Alvin Lewis, also filed a lawsuit against Young Money, Cash Money, Bryan “Birdman” Williams, Young Thug and Peewee Roscoe, claiming the rappers almost killed him during the wild incident.
Birdman has already denied any involvement in the shooting.
“That’s like the craziest s##t I ever heard in my life,” said Birdman about the allegations he tried to have Wayne murdered. “I’m passionate about my family, my kids, and my life. Nothing means more to me.”
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