In the seemingly never-ending conversation between Lil Wayne and mixape deejays that erupted last week after controversial statements were made in a Foundation Magazine interview [click to read], things just keep going further.
After Wayne clarified his remarks Friday night [click to read], saying the “fuck mixtape deejays” was directed to a few of profiteers, namely The Empire DJs, deejays still remain irritated with the artist’s initial attitude. On Friday, New York’s Doo Wop spoke to HipHopDX [click to read], and released a video compilation rallying against the New Orleans native rapper.
Subsequently, Charleston, South Carolina’s DJ Chuck T sent an email blast making the June 10th release of Lil Wayne‘s The Carter III accessible to fans through free download. The deejay wrote, “Lil Wayne said ‘fuck mixtape
DJ’s’…so now i’m about to show that boy the meaning of bootleg…I’ll be damned if I let [anyone] get away with saying fuck
me without him facing some type of repercussions, including [him].” The deejay said, “Don’t buy the new Lil Wayne album. Download it for free!” providing readers with a link to a download site.
Self-proclaimed as “America’s Most Well-Rounded DJ,” Chuck T has worked with artists including David Banner, ESG, Trae and USDA. He has been releasing mixtapes since 2001.
Chuck T added giving Wayne a “pass” for kissing his adoptive father Birdman on the mouth in the past, as well as apologizing to Cash Money/Universal Records for his actions, fearing a strained relationship in the future. Neither company has commented on the incident at this time.