Omarion has much respect for Lil Wayne but, had to make a decision he felt was better for his career. “I have a lot of respect and admiration for the genius of Lil âWayne and the entire Young Money family. I asked to be released from the label to pursue other opportunities that were recently presented to me. Because of our relationship, Lilâ Wayne had no issue with us ending our business relationship and released me from the label,” Omarion wrote in a statement released on Marques Houston’s blog Thursday. News of Omarion parting ways with Lil Wayne’s Young Money label broke Thursday with a myriad of Twitter postings from Young Money President Mack Maine to Young Money artist Jae Millz. Contrary to their Twitter posts, Omarion claims he left on his own accord and will be making an announcement about his future soon. “Lilâ Wayne and I have nothing but love for each other, there is no Beef. I also wanted to make it clear that my company nor did I, leak the song, âI Get It Inâ and I want to dispel any rumors that have surfaced. I appreciate my relationship with Young Money/ Cash Money and look forward to doing business in the future. There will be a major announcement regarding my career and my new album, âOllusionâ coming next week. Stay tunedâ¦” Omarion’s last solo effort, 2006s “21” was released under Epic/Sony, later followed by a compilation effort with Bow Wow titled “Face Off” in 2007.
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