Rap-A-Lot Records CEO James Prince vows to get every penny owed to Lil Wayne from Cash Money Records, according to TMZ.
“Where [Wayne] is weak, I am strong. He has gained an ally,” he told TMZ, “and together we will get back all money owed to him and my son off the Drake albums.”
As the story goes, Prince’s son, Jas Prince, discovered Drake and introduced him to Wayne.
James adds, “I witnessed the hard work that went into Drake’s career and for Cash Money to try and take something that isn’t theirs to take, does not sit well with me and family around the world.”
Wayne’s $51 lawsuit against Cash Money is approaching two years.
No stranger to resolving hip hop conflicts, J. Prince also stepped in when Drake and Diddy had static — delivering the now-infamous and menacing “courtesy call.”