Lil' Wayne Explains Jay-Z Comments, Clipse Fire Back At Lil' Wayne

After setting the

streets ablaze with controversial comments about Jay-Z, The Clipse, Young Buck

and Pharrell in the December/January issue of Complex magazine, Lil' Wayne

recently called in to DJ Absolut's Hot 97 show in an attempt to temper his words.

During the 7-minute interview, Weezy addresses comments he made to Complex

about Jay-Z.“I

don’t like what he’s saying about how he had to come back because Hip-Hop’s

dead and we need him. It’s not your house anymore, and I’m better than

you," Lil' Wayne told the magazine. When asked to explain, Lil Wayne

explained that he didn't like the concept that Jay-Z's comeback album was built

upon the notion that Hip-Hop is dead. “I

think I speak for everybody when I say it’s not dead as long as I’m

still dropping albums,” Lil' Wayne told DJ Absolut. Wayne

also disclosed that some of the comments stem from the brief courtship between

him and Roc-A-Fella last year when he his weighing his label re-signing options.


want people to just look at it like that dude who came out of college that was

supposed to get drafted by the #1 team, which was Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam,” stated

Wayne. “They passed on me and now I with a good team and a good coach and

of course on every interview I’m gonna cut down the team that didn’t

pick me.Lil'

Wayne also stuck to his position that he is a better rapper than Jay-Z. "I'm

better than this game," Lil' Wayne declared. "We could be having this

conversation about any other person in this game. It was who I was asked about

at this time. Yall trying to build a case on me. But I tell you what. If you build

a case against me and take me to trial, I will beat it." In addition

to Jay Z, Wayne also had choice words for The Clipse and Pharrell saying, “"I

don’t see no f—ing Clipse. How many years them n— been around?

Who the f— is Pharrell? Do you really respect him?” Upon hearing

his comments, The Clipse took to the airwaves in WWHV Hot 102.1 FM in Virginia

to respond to an already tense situation. “Wayne,

you sort of copying The Clipse right now,” Pusha T told DJ Derrick Da Franchise.

“I think he made a bad judgment call and just decided to take a swipe at

us…maybe he’s got an album coming out. This is a small thing to a giant,

he’s just acting out.” "If

anything, I am upset about him using the F word before my name, being as though

he likes to sit around and kiss men. If you gonna kiss men, you can't even use

them words in conjunction with The Clipse, Pharrell, or any of the [Star Trak

] family. He's definitely acting out right now. Jay-Z? Do what you gotta do. But

involve The Clipse? You don't want to do that. I already don't look at him like

a G. He aint nothing like me."