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Lil Wayne could really do with some of the cash that he claims Birdman owes him for not releasing Tha Carter V.

That’s because Weezy owes $2 million to Signature Group—a company that leases private jets to the stars—after missing payments on the first two years of a three-year leasing deal, according to TMZ.

Citing the lawsuit, which, according to HotNewHipHop was filed last August, TMZ reports that Wayne had more than $1 million on his tab as of July 2014. However, Weezy’s claiming that he never signed a contract.

Unfortunately for Wayne though, the court disagreed and they have subsequently sided with Signature. As it’s been over a year since the suit was filed, the $1 million has now increased to $1.8 million, and, to make matters worse, Lil Wayne owes $200,000 in attorney fees.


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