Lil Wayne might not be a fan of Cash Money these days, but he certainly can't forget how far it has gotten him in his career.

This weekend is All-Star weekend in New Orleans, and also marks the 20th anniversary of the Southern record label. Being that there is a big celebration for the label's anniversary, both Weezy, as well as Birdman, will be in the Louisiana city to honor the big milestone.

It's surprising that the two will be celebrating the anniversary, but unfortunately, fans can't expect any happy reunion between the two. Weezy is set to celebrate at the Masquerade Nightclub this weekend, while Birdman will be at multiple venues just a few blocks away, which includes House of Blues.

The two aren't expected to cross paths at any point, but we know that fans will still hope that the two put their differences aside for the weekend, as other artists such as Turk, Juvenile, and Mannie Fresh will also be there. TMZ reports that a source revealed to them that Wayne definitely does not want to be around the label CEO, as there is "too much bad shit to share a stage with Birdman."

At least the two will be in the same city and celebrating something that originally brought them together. Maybe we can keep our fingers crossed for a mini-reunion at some point.


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