Cash Money is definitely one of the more notorious record labels in hip hop music history. They’ve made themselves a staple in the rap game. Their artists have ranged from Lil Wayne to Paris Hilton. While most of their successes have been great, they have also racked up a fair amount of enemies.
Let’s take a look at some of Cash Money’s biggest enemies.
It’s no secret that Pusha T has had his fair share of issues with Cash Money. He dedicated his track “Exodus” to dissing them. In a recent interview, he chimed in on the Birdman and Lil Wayne beef by stating, “I haven’t respected Baby for a long time no way.”
Lil Wayne, who is still signed to Cash Money, has been very vocal about his problems with his longtime father figure, as the two are battling it out in court right now with a multi-million dollar lawsuit over unpaid royalties and more. While we thought that the two might have made up this past New Year’s, it looks like that wasn’t true, as Weezy has been exclaiming “F**k Cash Money” at concerts and appearances.