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Amid a Monday show at Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania, the 34-year-old rapper started hypotheses he had formally left Cash Money to sign with Jay Z's record mark. It's talk Weezy fans are very comfortable with.
"Is it cool on the off chance that I simply say it?" Wayne said amid the show before hurling the Roc jewel sign. "It's the Roc. You know I'm an member from that group now. We'll discuss that later."
Bits of gossip about Wayne marking with Jay's name have been flowing for quite a long time—even before Roc Nation was propelled. In film taken in 2005, Wayne claims he had left Cash Money to join Jay and Def Jam Records. Obviously, we now know his announcements weren't valid; in any case, in light of Wayne's progressing fight in court with Cash Money, the move to Jay's group has appeared to be increasingly conceivable.
In 2015, Wayne declared at the KMEL Summer Jam he had signed a deal Jay Z. Individuals instantly hypothesized Wayne was authoritatively added to the Roc Nation list, yet it turns out the deal was with Jay’s streaming service Tidal.
Fans got another false caution amid Wayne's Camp Flog Gnaw execution in late 2016, when the rapper yelled: "I'm a motherfuckin' Roc-a-Fella mogul." Some normal Roc Nation to discharge an announcement affirming their arrangement with Lil Wayne; be that as it may, months after the show, we still can't seem to get an official word.
Is Tunechi recently taking shots at Cash Money by indicating affection to Roc Nation? Or, on the other hand did he at last jettison his long-term record mark and sign with his "deity"?
We connected with a Roc Nation delegate for input. Stay tuned as more data ends up plainly accessible.