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Lil Wayne Explains Retirement Tweets & Elaborates On Birdman Rift

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Lil Wayne has made it clear he's sick of Cash Money and Birdman. He's done so with curses from the stage and through a series of Tweets which also suggested he was going to retire.

In interview this morning with Undisputed, he elaborated.

As for retirement, that's probably not going to happen.  Wayne cited his astrological sign and his emotions as to why he jumped on Twitter earlier this month and suggested he was going to hang up his mic.

Then the topic turned to Birdman. Shannon Sharpe asked Wayne if he would work with Baby again if they got their money right.

"No sir," Wayne responded. "Gimme mine, and I'll walk off free," he continued.
Wayne also addressed all the support he has received from his fellow artists. While he said he expected friends like Drake to ride with him, he added that he was especially touched by the kind words he got from Kendrick Lamar and Young Thug because he doesn't really have a relationship with them.

He later said he doesn't think he's reached the height of his career.

On that note, Wayne announced in a separate new interview with HYPETRAK that he's putting together a new mixtape, Dedication 6.

I’m working currently working on it as we speak," Wayne reports." I’m going to find some time to get with DJ Drama when it’s right and then give it to the world!
Do you think Wayne's best days are ahead of him?

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