News: Lil Wayne Burns Controversial Race Card Rumor, "Y'all Know I Ain't Say That Sh*t!!!"

Friday, Jan 7, 2011 11:20AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Young Money leader Lil Wayne and CEO Mack Maine have stepped forward to address a rumor claiming they made disrespectful comments toward a dark-skinned woman in Miami, Florida.

Taking to his Twitter account, Weezy downplayed the situation and denied taking part in any slander.

"Rumors or as dumb as the people who believe them. Y'all know I didn't say that sh*t!!!!!," Wayne tweeted Thursday (January 6). (Lil Wayne's Twitter)

Mack Maine also responded to the gossip and discredited the discrimination talk.

"Just read da funniest "blog story" ever about me n my fam.....We color blind over here..if a female is beautiful she's beautiful!! Luv," Maine tweeted this week. (Mack Maine's Twitter)

Details on the alleged incident circulated online yesterday (January 6).

Earlier today, a report broke out which centered around Lil Wayne, Mack Maine and several other members of the Young Money roster. According to the letter, a young woman - who is of a darker complexion - and her friends were in Miami finishing photoshoots when they went to visit the YM crew at a hotel. Upon seeing them Wayne allegedly said, "Damn, y'all pretty to be dark skin." The story goes from there that the woman mentioned Weezy's oldest child was dark skinned leading him to respond with, "My daughter is a dark skin millionaire. That's the difference between her and you." The two supposedly have a brief back and forth and she and her friends storms out the room. (Karen Civil)

Aside from the rumors, Wayne's latest album has remained on the sales chart since its release over three months ago.

Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne's I Am Not A Human Being moved up 21 slots to No. 20 with 26,400. After 14 weeks in the books, the rapper's latest offering sits at 664,100 sold units. (SOHH Sales Wrap)

Check out some recent footage of Lil Wayne below:

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