Lil Wayne lost, for once. Weezy sued QDIII Entertainment, to stop the release of a new DVD documentary called "The Carter," stating he was never given approval over the final cut before it's premiere as promised. Wayne says that the new movie portrays him in a negative light, but a judge seems to not care.
A judge denied the Grammy-Award winning rapper's request yesterday (April 21st) to stop the release of of the new film. Los Angeles Superior Court judge Michael S. Mink ruled in the producer’s favor, rejecting Wayne’s request for a preliminary injunction. That means that QD, who happens to be the son of legendary musician Quincy Jones and producer behind the Beef DVD series, is free to shop around for a distribution deal for the DVD.
QD was happy over the ruling saying "We’re very pleased with the court’s decision," he told Variety. "We made a great film, which was incredibly well received at Sundance, and showcases Lil Wayne’s extraordinary talent."