Juvenile Addresses Coming Back To Cash Money And Lil Wayne

By HHL Editors

In October Juvenile returned to Cash Money for the the third time.

The 39-year old, who's 1998 album 400 Degreez is still the biggest seller in the label's history, had clashed with Baby and Slim over finances in the past.

During an interview with The Breakfast Club, he explained how that was all dealt with before he re-upped with CM yet again.

"We worked it out. They cut the check," stated Juvenile. "It’s a matter of lawyers sitting at the table. Lawyers are gonna do their thing, and we’re gonna do our thing outside of it. They worked it out."
Lawyers are also involved in the dispute between Birdman and Juv's former Hot Boy bro Lil Wayne. Juvenile didn't seem too keen to speak on that case, but he did offer up his belief that Wayne and Baby would also be able to work something out.

"I just stay out the way," Juvenile said. "It ain't my position to even give advice. I’m gonna stay out of that. They've been rocking together tough and tight for some years, so it’s gotta be something they can work out."
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