Although Lil Wayne and Birdman appeared to have reconciled, Weezy is still trying to cash out as his lawsuit against Cash Money Records still stands.

According to TMZ, the "A Milli" rapper isn't letting up on the $50 million suit and there's been no settlement talks as of yet.

This after Wayne and Birdman have reportedly made up and squashed their beef. The two were seen at Drake's New Year's Eve party as well as in LIV Nightclub in Miami last weekend. Birdman also posted a photo on Instagram that showed that the two in the studio together again.

At LIV, the Cash Money leader shared some loving words towards his fellow business partner. “This my motherf—ing son and I’ma die for him,” said Birdman to the crowd in Miami. “I’ma live for him and I’ma motherf—ing kill for him. Ya heard me? That ain’t never gonna change, f—–. It’s YMCMB for life.”

Weezy also performed “Stuntin Like My Daddy,” which was caught by an audience member.

It's been two years since Weezy announced that he wanted to leave the record label and threatened to take Nicki Minaj and Drake with him. And we can't blame Tunechi for wanting what's owed to him.

But only time will tell if the two will be able to get passed their differences and get back to creating new music for the fans. Are you excited to hear more music from the two? Let us know in the comments.

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