Exclusive: Turk Reacts To Lil Wayne Name-Dropping Him On "Dedication V"

Friday, Sep 6, 2013 3:35PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Days after Lil Wayne finally delivered his long-awaited The Dedication V to the masses, former Cash Money Records artist Turk has hit up SOHH to give his take on Weezy F. Baby's latest release.

Turk pointed out the love Wayne shows him and former Hot Boys members like Juvenile on the new project.

"What's on deck is the block is hot," Turk told SOHH when asked what's cooking with an official Cash Money Records reunion going down. "Wayne just did the Dedication V and he shouted out Turk. 'It's Hot Boys b*tch, the block is hot.' Y'all got to put it together. If you go to the last song, number 29, he says, 'Shout-out my n*gga Turk, my n*gga Juvie, Mannie Fresh, free B.G.' Y'all got to put it together. Y'all know what I'm talking about. [laughs]." (SOHH)

The New Orleans native also said he cannot see Wayne slowing down until he finally decides to call it quits.

"I mean, that's Wayne, he's not going to change until he's retired," Turk added. "In spite of people saying things, those numbers are still up. Even if you have something bad to say, you downloaded Dedication V. It don't mean nothing. He still puts the numbers up. That's all that matters. Salute to Wayne, that's my little brother." (SOHH)

Earlier this week, Wayne hopped onto his Twitter page to show love to his diehard supporters for picking up the latest addition to his Dedication series.

"I appreciate every single 1 of y'all who downloaded that D5 & I appreciate everyone who fux wit it!! Love ya!! I do it for u.," he tweeted September 1 night. (Lil Wayne's Twitter)

Packed with 29 tracks, Weezy F. Baby features Southern stars like 2 Chainz and T.I. on his new underground effort.

D-Day has finally arrived. After a slight delay, Lil Wayne serves up the soundtrack to your Labor Day weekend with Dedication 5. The fifth installment in his DJ Drama-hosted series features a whopping 29 tracks including remixes to "New Slaves," "Levels," and "Feds Watching," plus appearances from T.I., 2 Chainz, The Weeknd, Birdman, Future, and more. The follow-up to 2012's Dedication 4 was originally set to drop on Friday, but was postponed so Wayne could make some last-minute additions. (Rap-Up)

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