In a Facebook post made late Wednesday night, Lil Wayne seemed to imply that his long-awaited Tha Carter V album was on the way, along with a slew of other new projects. The post, which you can see above, shows Wayne surrounded by a bunch of people and reads, "CV. Funeral. D6. Young Money."

Wayne has been teasing the release of Tha Carter V since 2012 (you can see a blow-by-blow timeline here), so fans will be forgiven if they remain a little skeptical. But the rap superstar certainly has a lot of completed songs ready to go. In fact, pharma-bro Martin Shkreli recently claimed to have purchased two full CDs worth of material from Carter V sessions, so the release of another Dedication mixtape and the Funeral project Weezy teased several months ago doesn't seem unreasonable.

Given his recent public statements, Wayne appears to be nowhere near reconciled with his label Cash Money. The two sides are still battling it out in the courtroom after recent negotiations fell through. Wayne is suing his label, run by his duet partner and surrogate father Bryan "Birdman" Williams, for $51 million.