Lil Wayne Bites Back At Pitbull’s Bark

(AllHipHop News) Lil Wayne may be realizing that the Miami Heat supersede him in the pecking order of Miami celebrity. After Miami’s honorary President, Pitbull released a scathing diss record titled “Welcome to Dade County,” directed at the Young Money boss, Weezy took to Twitter to voice his shock and dissatisfaction:

While Pitbull never mentions Lil Wayne’s name directly in the inflammatory record, he makes it clear that disrespecting the Miami Heat while residing in Miami is grounds for a verbal attack:

You talk Miami, if you talkin’ Heat
moral of the story: don’t shit where you eat.

Lil Wayne is not only receiving flack from past collaborators but other Miami music legends. Luther “Uncle Luke” Campbell of 2 Live Crew fame  responded to Lil Wayne’s disparaging remarks to the Miami Heat with an Uncle Luke’s Gospel blog post that called for Rick Ross to speak some sense into the 30-year-old skateboarding rap titan claiming Wayne “”treats Miami like his b**ch because people let him.”

Back in October of 2011, the former king of raunchy rap took to his personal blog to denounce Lil Wayne and others (DJ Khaled and P. Diddy to be exact) for living in Miami and not giving back to the community.

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Not one to bite his tongue, Wayne returned to Miami’s 99 Jamz and claimed he never read Luke’s post and actually has never actually met him. The man who has sold in excess of 12.5 million records in his career also feels it has been an anti-Lil Wayne movement since he first arrived:

“Ever since I got out here there were billboards saying ‘Lil Wayne go back home,’ and I never did anything.”

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Lil Wayne’s I Am Not A Human Being II album is set to be released on March 26th and plans on releasing his sequel to 2006′ collaborative album Like Father Like Son 2 with Birdman and Tha Carter V in the future.

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Listen to “Welcome to Dade County here.

Check below for Lil Wayne’s full interview with 99 Jamz:


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