Remember the last time Lil Wayne spoke with Complex Magazine? Weezy raised a lot of eyebrows with his slick tongue lashing of Jay-Z which almost led to a major beef – but has since been settled as Wayne was featured on Jay’s American Gangster album.
This month, Lil Wayne returns to the cover of Complex and is ready to stir the pot just a little bit more with some insight on a song he knows was about him.
“I thought the whole ‘Mr. Me Too’ video was about me, to tell you the damn truth,” Weezy says of the Clipse song. “They think I want to be like them. I’m on a million-dollar bus going around the world charging people from $50,000 to $150,000 for verses, and I got 77 songs in magazines and I got a billion more. Do the math; you think I’m trying to be like you? No sir.”
It’s no secret that Wayne and The Clipse don’t get along. The two entities have gone back and forth previously (Click Here and Here to see DX’s previous stories on the beef) and Wayne isn’t quite through with their rift yet. Will The Clipse let this one slide?
In the issue he also addresses handling his own beef – which many notice that Wayne doesn’t do much beefing on wax. What he says may raise just a few more eyebrows…
“You’d expect me to pay somebody to do it? You supposed to be able to do anything in this world. That’s what Martin Luther King told me,” He says when addressing taking care of problems with people. “He ain’t never put a specific on what to [do]. He said you can do anything. ‘Kill’ falls under that.”
The issue of Complex hits newsstands soon.