Lil Wayne Is Reportedly Looking To Trademark "The New Dirty Bastard"
Representatives of OBD's family claim're willing to discuss things in an "artistic level before any other conversations take place."
Young Money Entertainment has filed documents to trademark the name of the New Dirty bastard to its use in record production, music production and entertainment related services, according to The Explosion.
The first thing that comes to mind at the mention of New Dirty son of a bitch is the former Wu-Tang Clan member Ol Dirty Bastard, who died in 2004 at the age of 35 years old of a drug overdose. Also, your son's Bar-Sun Jones, currently raps under the alias Young Dirty bastard.
Apparently, both Ol Dirty Bastard's eldest daughter, Taniqua Jones, and the attorney of the Estate of Russell Jones were aware of the extent the Young people of Money. But they have declared to The Explosion that they are "willing to work together" with the Young people of Money in place to shoot down in the view.
They also said that they were going to discuss things in an "artistic level before any other conversations take place."
Now that Lil Wayne has all the Money in Cash, and Tha Carter V situation of your back for the most part, it seems that he is able to take on some new projects to keep you busy for 2018.
After performing at Hot 97's Summer Jam this past weekend, Weezy was just added to the lineup for the Panorama festival.
He also appeared in Nicki Minaj's "Rich Sex" song from her upcoming album of Queen.