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Lil Wayne Says He Sounds “Wack As Hell” On 2 Chainz’s “Yuck!”

Lil Wayne Says He Sounds “Wack As Hell” On 2 Chainz’s “Yuck!”


Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz

Lil Wayne, the 29-year-old skateboarding Young Money MC is featured on 2 Chainz debut album “Based on a T.R.U. Story” and isn’t proud of his verse on the opening track entitled “Yuck!”   

Wayne tells MTV News that he did not know the song was going to be the first song on the album and that he was just messing around.

“I’m very upset at that just so everybody know, he put me on that, I sound wack as hell on there,” he said. “He did not tell me that was gonna be the first song on his album. We was just in the studio and he was like man, I just did that. I was in there just messing around and I come back and hear it’s [the] #1 [track] on his [album]. Please don’t judge me from that. My bar game is way higher than that, man.”

To me, it doesn’t matter what number the track is on the album, if you’re doing a feature and going to be paid for it, please try.

Wayne hasn’t been dazzling lately with his features to me. It doesn’t sound any worse than any of his other features, but that’s just me.

You’re getting lazy and predictable Wayne.

And you’re way too old to be skateboarding.

Let’s try a little less skateboarding a little more work in the booth with your craft.

Roderick Red

What do you think of Lil Wayne’s verse on “Yuck!” Do you still consider him one of the top rappers in the game? Hit me with a comment below!

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  1. Nae

    One more thing, it’s also disrespectful to be featured on an album but not put your best into it. Wayne wrong for that…kind of sounds like if it ain’t his ish or someone he is super cool with, he will give you a bad verse…but again none of his ish is too cool right about now…smh


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