Former Cash Money Rapper Turk Has a Big Problem With Lil Wayne, Juvenile and Mannie Fresh

Rappers Birdman, Turk, Juvenile, Lil Wayne, producer Mannie Fresh and B.G. of the Hot Boys attend 10th Annual Billboard Music Awards on December 8, 1999 at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage)

Former Cash Money Rapper Turk Has a Big Problem With Lil Wayne, Juvenile and Mannie Fresh

He says he's disappointed in them.

Published September 7, 2016

This year has been full of animosity for Cash Money Records, namely fueled by Lil Wayne’s never-ending feud with Birdman.

Most recently, there’s another less-than-pleased former Cash Money affiliate speaking out. This time he’s got beef with the whole camp.

Turk has a little problem with his former label mates, namely Lil Wayne, Juvenile and Mannie Fresh, for not reaching out to him following his release from prison. It’s been four years, and now Turk is taking to social media to voice his disappointment in all three of them.

“I don’t got no beef with no n***a, but I am disappointed in you n****s,” Turk said. “And y’all know who I’m talking about. It been almost four years since I’ve been home. And I be wanting to do shows with y’all. Just being real.”

He then wonders aloud if his day-one homies have a problem with him, and if so, could they all man up and discuss why there’s distance between them.

“I don’t know if you n****s got a problem with Turk, but if you got a problem with Turk, please address that s**t,” the rapper continues in his Instagram video clip. “Cause I’m sick of n****s keep coming to me talking bout, ‘Why you ain’t doing shows with so and so. Why you ain’t got no songs and no tracks from so and so.’ Let me know the business. Wayne, Juvie, Mannie Fresh… Stunna f***ing with a n****a. B.G. f***ing with a n***a. What’s up with y’all, man? Let me know. This the only way I can reach y’all right now.”

Perhaps the lack of communication really is as simple of a lack of a direct line, but considering their history working together as the Hot Boys, it does seem a little strange that Turk has been left in the dust since his release from prison.

While Lil Wayne clearly has a lot on his mind, just last week hinting at retirement, maybe now isn’t the best time for Turk to reach out, or perhaps alternately, Turk is exactly the person Weezy could benefit from a sit-down with.

Check out Turk’s Instagram post directed at his old collaborators below.

Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage)


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