The public scrutiny may be getting to Hip Hop super star Lil’ Wayne. The Young Money Cash Money general has been under fire the past couple weeks for disrespecting a Civil Rights icon and blasting the NBA.
Weezy took to Twitter blast haters and express gratitude for his supporters.
“Cherish who’s with u when the world is against u
“Kiss my a$$ if u hatin, I’m gettin a$$ or I’m sk8’n…b!+€#,” he wrote.
Lil’ Wayne appears to be out of control at this point.
Lil’ Wayne made a guest appearance on Future’s ‘Karate Chop’ single and made a disparaging remark about Emmett Till.
In the song, Wayne raps, ““Beat that pu**y up like Emmett Till.”
Emmett Louis Till was a 14-year-old African American Chicago teen murdered in Mississippi in 1955 after allegedly whistling at a white woman. The teen was in the Mississippi Delta region visiting family members.
The event took place after Till allegedly showed friends a photograph of himself in an integrated school. Till said he had a white girlfriend to the young boys’ disbelief. Till was dared by some of the local boys to talk to a white woman who was running a store.
A few days later after the incident, the woman’s husband Roy Bryant and half brother J.W. Milam arrived at the teen’s great-uncle’s house and took him to a barn, tortured him and gouged out one of his eyes. They shot the Chicago boy in the head, tied a cotton gin fan around his neck with barbwire and threw his body in the Tallahatchie River. His body was recovered three days later.
Till’s mother Mamie Till held an open casket funeral for the world to see the brutal nature of her son’s murder. Bryant and Milam were brought to trial for Till’s death and later acquitted. A few months later, the two boldly admitted to killing the teen in a magazine interview. Bryant and Milam were protected by double jeopardy, which prevents a defendant from being charged with the same crime after being acquitted.
Lil’ Wayne later performed during a birthday celebration bash for father Birdman and made some disparaging remarks about the Miami Heat.
In a heated tirade, the “Love Me” rapper told the crowd, “The NBA banned me from all NBA events…because the Miami Heat told them to ban me.
Wayne later got crowd participation after leading them into ainto a “F— NBA, F— Miami Heat” chant.
“F*ck Lebron James, f*ck She-Wade, f*ck Chris Bosh, f*ck all them ni**as. And I f*cked Chris Bosh wife,” he said.
Even more shocking the rapper said, “I ain’t Tupac, I’m the new ‘Pac,” before leaving the stage.
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