(AllHipHop News) Rap-A-Lot James Prince is not letting up on Bryan “Birdman” Williams as a $51 million lawsuit involving Young Money Records continues to drag on.
Lil Wayne filed the $51 million lawsuit against Cash Money in January of 2015, claiming the label blew Young Money’s advances, as well as advances for his album Tha Carter V, in addition to cheating him out of millions in royalties.
As a result, J. Prince’s son J. Prince Jr., who discovered and signed Drake to his former label, has also been having a tough time getting millions worth of payments out of Birdman too.
TMZ caught J. Prince coming out of the Roosevelt in Hollywood, where he addressed the matter.
“Lil Wayne, that’s the homie. As I stated publicly a few times, we gonna get to the bottom of that,” said J. Prince, who was enlisted by Lil Wayne to help recover the lost money.
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According to J. Prince, he plans on making Birdman “bird man and his associates “an offer they can’t refuse.”
J. Prince is adamant that he will eventually track down the massive amounts of money owed in the lawsuits.
“[The money] it’s got to be somewhere. Even if we have to reach out and grab it, even if it’s in his ass,” J. Prince said.