On Friday night, December 5, Vice celebrated its 20th anniversary with a mini music festival in Brooklyn, New York.

Lil Wayne was one of the performers to hit the stage. He used a portion of his time to speak about his label situation and Tha Carter V.

“I was supposed to drop my new album December 9, but due to technical difficulties I’m bleeped up in a bad situation. But I will be out of it soon and I do it for y’all,” Wayne told the crowd.

Obviously, Wayne’s still trying to make sure his Carter V project gets released, but word is still out about which label will release it.

Weezy isn’t the only artist upset with Cash Money. Tyga has been quite vocal about his gripes, too. Recently, he tweeted in solidarity with Wayne and said he’d be going independent.

Despite all of this, Cortez Bryant, Lil Wayne’s manager, has laughed off any questions about Cash Money issues.