Lil' Wayne Jokingly Admits That He Thought Wheezy's Producer Tags Were Referencing Him
According to Lil' Wayne, he has always had a lot of love for producer tags that appear at the beginning of various songs, including those from Wheezy, "Wheezy Outta Here." However, Lil' Wayne recently admitted that the primary reason why he liked them so much was that he thought he was being honored by other artists.
As it turns out, Future and other rappers were referring to their beat-maker, and not him. In case you haven't been paying attention, Lil' Wayne has been keeping busy lately with his Young Money Radio podcast where he has on various guests, including Eminem and others.
In a new episode, Lil' Wayne told the story mentioned above, that he thought he was being honored by other artists. But his belief was mistaken.
According to Lil' Wayne, he thought the tag, "Wheezy Outta Here," was shouting him out but as it turns out, they're referring to the producer, Wheezy.
You can check out the post below to hear Lil' Wayne tell it himself:
Earlier this month, Lil' Wayne was in the headlines again when he introduced Eminem into the conversation. The two rappers shared a funny story of how they make sure they don't repeat their own bars by doing a quick Google search to ensure they haven't already used an idea.
Lil' Wayne and Eminem shared a laugh at their own expense. Not long after, Eminem explained why he thought that Tupac was one of the greatest rappers of all time. The artist stated that Tupac was the kind of rapper who not only had the skills but also the emotional impact at the same time.
Lil' Wayne, on the other hand, recently got out of a nasty legal dispute with Birdman and Cash Money Records, which led to the subsequent postponement of Lil' Wayne's record, Tha Carter V . Lil' Wayne and Birdman fought over the record's release for years, and it was initially supposed to drop in 2014.
It was finally released in September 2018.