Lil Wayne Tweets His Frustration, Hints At Retirement

According to the New Orleans rapper, he is “defenseless and mentally defeated.”

September 03, 2016
Lil Wayne Tweets His Frustration, Hints At Retirement Jason Nocito

It's no secret that Lil Wayne has been on somewhat poor terms with his label, Cash Money, for a while now, especially over the perpetually-delayed release of his twelfth studio album, Tha Carter V. The New Orleans rapper taken to openly criticizing the Birdman-owned label at concerts and earlier today tweeted his abject frustration with his current situation.

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The tweets, sent out between 4 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. this morning, had many fans worried that Wayne may be quitting the music game altogether and even prompted Rick Ross to enter the fray:




A few hours later, Wayne attempted to calm his fans down:


And he's remained mum on the issue since.

Update: Chance The Rapper, who collaborated with Lil Wayne on Coloring Book track, "No Problem," has tweeted his support for the rapper.


The FADER has reached out to a representative for Lil Wayne for comment.

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Lil Wayne Tweets His Frustration, Hints At Retirement