"I don’t want no problems, I just want my money!” is what Lil Wayne raps in his ‘Coco Freestyle” from his latest mixtape Sorry 4 the Wait 2. Who is Weezy referring to? Well Birdman and Cash Money Records of course.

Lil Wayne is still locked in a tumultuous battle with the founder of Cash Money Records over money owed, as well as the postponing of the release of his eleventh studio album, tha Carter V.

Will Wayne's excessive disdain for the label that helped shape him into the artist he his today get him released from the label?  That has yet to be seen, because it looks as if Birdman isn’t giving in. Now with Young Thug confirming that he’s naming his next album Tha Carter VI, will things get even uglier between Wayne, Thug, and his daddy Birdman?

There are so many questions, but honestly I wish they’d work out it an amicable decision behind closed doors and get back to the music, and quit with the boo boo (Pimp C Voice).

It’s apparent that Wayne is done talking with the CMR founders though because he raps, “It’s compensation over conversation.” Let’s hope they figure it out without things leading to violence.

Check out Lil Wayne’s “Coco Freestyle” over OT Genasis’s original “Coco.”