People may have differing opinions about Drake’s music, but one thing I think we can all agree on is that he is loyal to those that have helped him to get to where he is today.
He’s demonstrated that throughout his career by crediting Jas Prince as the person who discovered him and the city of Houston for embracing him from the outset.

The Toronto native is now publicly standing in Lil Wayne’s corner while he battles to get what he feels is due from Birdman, Cash Money Records and Universal Music Group.

Wayne has filed a $51 million lawsuit against Cash Money for breach of contract. He’s also suing Universal, claiming that he hasn’t been properly compensated for discovering and signing Tyga, Nicka Minaj and Drake to his Young Money Records label, which is a subsidiary of Cash Money and Universal.

Over the weekend Wayne appeared to retire via Twitter.

“I AM NOW DEFENSELESS AND mentally DEFEATED & I leave gracefully and thankful I luh my fanz but I’m dun,” he wrote. “Ain’t lookin for sympathy, just serenity.”

On Monday, September 5, Drake let Wayne know that he’s not going to let his career sink.

“The boss @liltunechi. We are fighting until you get yours. Freedom to drop music and peace of mind,” Drake captioned an Instagram photo. “I don’t know what these other weirdos are on with all the side talks but I know you gave me a shot and all I can ever do with the rest of my life is return the favor. YOUNG MONEY FOREVER.”