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Lil Wayne's New 'Sh!t' Remix Addresses Cash Money Drama

Sorry for the wait.

Lil Wayne fed hungry fans waiting for Tha Carter V late Monday night. The rapper, whose upcoming album still doesn't have a release date, dropped his remix of Future's "Sh!t," which will be featured off his Sorry 4 The Wait 2, a mixtape intended to hold us over until the mysterious C5 drama ends.

On the track, Weezy addresses the weirdness going on at his label with Cash Money CEO Birdman, whom he has blamed for the album hold-up: "Did my time at Cash Money / Time served and released, but this agent ain’t free." He raps frantically in signature Tunechi fashion, almost pleading in sing-song over the Mike Will Made It beat.

Tha Carter V was originally scheduled for an October 28 release, but early in December, Wayne tweeted that Birdman refused to let the album out.

On Sunday, Young Money artist Christina Milian weighed in on the drama going on at the YMCMB collective, telling HollywoodToday that she wishes them the best. Milian was rumored to be in a relationship with the rapper and is featured on the C5 track "Start a Fire."

“I’m on Young Money, so it’s a little difficult when it comes to business, understand the circumstance for all of them,” she said on the Golden Globes red carpet. “I think everyone’s trying to work it out and I wish [them the] best. Honestly it’s been an empire that has been built between Baby and with Lil Wayne.”

While we wait for all this drama to resolve, Wayne reportedly has a collaboration with Migos on the way, called "Fantastic." He has featured on Master P's "Power" earlier this month and can also be heard on Nicki Minaj's "Only" with Drake, whose "Believe Me" collab is also expected to be on Tha Carter V.

Sorry 4 The Wait 2 is the mixtape follow-up to the original Sorry 4 The Wait, which was released in 2011 while we were awaiting Tha Carter IV.