Birdman Was (Finally) Ordered To Show Receipts For Supposedly Stiffing Lil Wayne
The judge is not here for him, at all. Happy Birthday, Lil' Wayne!
The news of the fallout and lawsuit between Lil' Wayne and Birdman is almost two years old at this point, but it's still not over. Recently, Lil' Wayne's aggravation evolved into outright retirement from hip-hop.
Well, today may be Lil Wayne's lucky day (besides the fact that it's actually his birthday).
According to TMZ, Birdman has been ordered by a judge to show receipts for the finances in question within the next 30 days, or else.
If you recall, Lil' Wayne accused him of spending over $70 million of the $100 million Universal Records advance they were to split evenly. Birdman's lawyers have already produced over 20,000 pages of financial records, supposedly to account for the money that has and has not been spent.
The judge isn't buying it, saying that the documents are useless. Now, the judge is demanding substantial evidence to show everything from day one and minute one of the deal.
According to TMZ, Birdman's people were not properly keeping track of his expenses...for over two years!
Now Birdman and his camp have 30 days to show proof...or else it looks like Wayne will be getting his just due by default, anyway.
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