Bangladesh Ends ‘A Milli” Beef With Rapper Lil Wayne

JLBarrow • December 17, 2010 • No Comments

According to Allhiphop.com, Bangladesh has ended his feud with Lil Wayne. The Atlanta-based producer just laced Weezy with the his latest hit 6’7″, the first single from Tha Carter IV. The beat samples Harry Belafonte’s “Banana Boat Song.”

Bangladesh holding a guitar

“I wasn’t getting paid royalties, that was the issue. But recently it’s been cleared up and everything that’s owed will be paid out and everything in the future will be handled properly,” Bangladesh told AllHipHop.com. “It wasn’t me who made this decision, Lil Wayne wanted these beats, because I didn’t know what the relationship was.”

Bangladesh had done  several interviews complaining that he hadn’t been paid royalties for producing “A Milli”, one of the biggest songs on Tha Carter III. But everything is good now.

How did the beef get squashed? Get more details at Allhiphop.com.

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