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Lil Wayne Remixes Future's 'Commas' -- And Comes At Birdman And Cash Money Again

More shots fired.

Lil Wayne’s delayed album, Tha Carter V, continues to suffer from his dispute with Birdman and Cash Money Records. There's no release date in sight, and even Young Thug's Carter 6 will be arriving first.

But it's obvious that Wayne won't let that stop him from recording new music. Or from dissing Birdman and CM in that music.

On Monday (Apr. 13), he was at it again, with the remix to Future's "F--k Up Some Commas."

The song clocks in at under two minutes, and Tunechi rhymes for less than half of that, but he was sure to fit in a few pointed jabs in between his usual stream-of-consciousness rap.

"Ain't no more Cash Money just money," he raps, then adding, "They don't call me Jr. no more, they call me the Number One Stunna."

That last part is not only a reference to the fact that, for a decade, Weezy has adopted the moniker of Birdman Jr. -- which, since the fallout, he's clearly leaving behind -- but also to another of Birdman's nicknames and hit songs.

The Free Weezy Album is on the way. The Carter V...well, that's not sounding very promising at the moment.