According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Lil Wayne wants Birdman and Cash Money to turn over all documents related to when Tyga bought out his contract in 2016.
Wayne claims the money Tyga forked over went to Cash Money when it should have gone to Wayne and Young Money, saying, "Cash Money has never accounted to [Lil Wayne and Young Money] for its receipt of that money."
Tyga has claimed that he was owed $12 million when he left Cash Money, but told "The Breakfast Club" earlier this year, "I'm in a position to where I just want Wayne to get what he’s owed."
The two sides have also been fighting over profits from Drake's music, and Wayne is asking the court to turn over all correspondence related to Drake's 2016 record deal.
Weezy's original suit stemmed from the unreleased album, "The Carter V." Wayne has claimed he's owed $51 million in damages while Birdman has claimed Wayne didn't hold up his end of the deal by turning in his albums.
In addition to Tyga and Drake, Nicki Minaj has also found herself in the middle of this case.