There were many who believed Lil Wayne was the best rapper alive during his legendary “Dedication” mixtape run before he shriveled into a drug-damaged, condom-allergic, hosiery-wearing weirdo. Mostly hated for his cringe-worthy punchlines and blatant lies, he’s the gleefully-dysfunctional face of the YOLO movement.
Here are Weezy F. Baby’s 8 biggest Lies. Take a look.
“Weezy F. Baby and the ‘F’ is for PHENOMENAL” – “Yes”
Rick Ross hang glides through exotic mountains without crashing. Hov was in the White House next to Hillary Clinton smelling like dank. The ‘F’ in Weezy F. Baby is for “Phenomenal.” Rappers be lyin.
“My ultimate intention is to uplift rather than degrade our community” – apology letter to Emmitt Till’s family.
The spiritually-uplifting line “Beautiful black woman, I bet that b*tch look better red” (“Right Above It”) couldn’t possibly be degrading to women in our community.
WHY would a filthy slore give Weezy mouf for some Trukfit (sold at a TJ Maxx near you) if it’s a MENS-ONLY clothing line? No one (on Earth) knows because it’s a slimy Gremlin-faced lie.
“I feel like a woman should be respected at all times” – explanation for pulling Nicki Minaj from last year’s Summer Jam concert after Hot 97′s DJ Peter Rosenberg “disrespected” her.
“Uplifting” anthems like “Every Girl in the World” and “B*tches Love Me” and “Steady Mobbin” and “Rack City” and “Stupid Ho” prove that Weezy (and his entire Young Money roster) genuinely respect women.
Remember when Weezy died but didn’t really die because of “stress, no rest, overworking” and not guzzling sizzurp like Simply Lemonade? We all do.
According to Weezy, his epilepsy acted up and caused the seizures, not the insane amounts of sizzurp reportedly pumped from his body the night he fake-died.
Weezy is the only 30-year-old father-kissing skateboarder (in the history of forever) to be a Blood AND Crip in the same lifetime. All that SooWooptyWop gangbangery he raps about? LIES.
Weezy famously claimed that the NBA had banned him from all events because of his “beef” with the Miami Heat.
Response from NBA Senior Director of Basketball Communications Mark Broussard: “No truth at all.”
That awkward moment when Birdman claims to be 24 and Weezy, 15, in 1999. Birdman’s date of birth: February 15, 1969. Weezy’s date of birth: September 27, 1982. Do the math. (Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjgX1sXcOWE)