Cortez Bryant went as far as to say that Wayne had to ask him who was he even talking about, as he didn’t remember which girl it was exactly.
“Boy I got so many b*****s like I’m Mike Lowry, even Gwen Stefani, say she couldn’t doubt me.” 4.
Cortez Bryant is the man behind the man: he is been a long-time friend of Lil’ Wayne, dating back to childhood and when Bryant graduated college, he became Weezy’s manager.
Bryant sat down with Elliott Wilson and Brian “B-Dot” Miller on , his relationship with Birdman, and how Wayne has been dealing with the recent drama with Cash Money Records.
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Wayne made headlines Thursday when he ranted against Cash Money on Twitter ... and keep this in mind -- Wayne posted a pic this morning where he looks like a hostage.
but his manager says everything is good between Weezy and the label -- problem is he makes it sound TOO good to believe.
Some were apart of press runs, but for the most part, these were thought out, strategic, against the grain guests, and Rap Radar’s listeners reacted accordingly.
More recently, he saw the release of Weezy’s memoir, . Wayne didn’t actually care about being Eskimo Brothers with Drake once the bid was over: Cortez Bryant says that Wayne’s memory is terrible.
Here, Tez details the financial fiasco behind Lil Wayne and Cash Money Records, Birdman’s business practices, Weezys rise, G-Eazy, Tyga and more.” – Rap Radar What did we learn from the conversation between Cortez, Elliott, & B Dot on the Rap Radar Podcast, via network? Although he cared about his side side chick while in Riker’s, once he was free, it didn’t really matter much.
Wayne and Bryant have recently revealed that the delay on the much anticipated is because of a check that hasn’t been issued since before the release of “Believe Me” by Lil’ Wayne featuring Drake.
Since then, Bryant says, he and Lil’ Wayne have continuously tried to work with the label but their patience has run thin.