The end of the video bears the slogan “Cash Money Records Established 1990: We Made It.” Despite the upbeat attitude and current success of the label, you can’t help but wonder how Weezy’s impending stint in prison—and his absence over the next year—will ultimately affect everyone involved.
“Lil Wayne is gonna be OK,” retired NYPD detective and noted “hip-hop cop” Derrick Parker told MTV News. “While he’s in jail, it’s a matter of fact they may not put him with the general population because of who he is and his popularity. They might lock him down and let him come out with a supervisor and stuff like that [when he's] in the main area—but he’s definitely going to be treated differently.”
As for Kevin Rudolf, so far there’s no official title or release date for his sophomore album. Maybe he’ll just wait till Weez’s own release…from the slammer.