New York rapper Donny Goines is not buying recent comments made by Lil Wayne where the Young Money leader denied being aware of any backlash he received since dissing the Empire State.
Taking to Twitter, Donny lashed out at Wayne once again and questioned his proclamation.
“@1waheeda @Bossip I bet you he heard “Fuck Lil Wayne” Flat out I don’t you though. F’n dweeb lol,” he tweeted October 18th.
“These rappers can play it safe. Kiss a**. Whatever. As for myself, I just don’t care. I’m not even mad or angry. I just don’t bite my tounge”
“@That1DudeMatt Yeah this whole industry is wack far as I’m concerned. I just love music.” (Donny Goines’ Twitter)
Yesterday, Wayne denied having any knowledge of New York backlash.
“I have to be honest with you, dog: All I do is work, and I swear to God, I don’t even know the reaction,” Wayne told MTV News on Thursday morning (October 18). “If I knew the reaction I’d know how to be able to answer that question, but I don’t know the reaction. I just say what I want to say, do what I want to do and f— who don’t like it.” (MTV)
Over the summer, Goines dropped his now-infamous “F*ck Lil Wayne” diss track.
“I’ve been waiting for a reason, patiently, and I mean it, now I’ve got the opportunity and I’ma cease it,” Donny raps, “f*ck Lil Wayne, he this little n*gga weasel, far as I’m concerned, he a Blood when he bleeding — wipe my a** with Carter IV, rip your f*cking dreads out, you don’t want to start a war/Call Drake and Nicki, pluck your whole roster off/This is a matter of respect, warning you to knock it off/You don’t like New York, guess what, you ain’t welcome…” (“F*ck Lil Wayne”)
In light of the controversy, Onyx’s Sticky Fingaz gave SOHH his take on the hype.
“I heard about it yesterday, and you know, I think that maybe he has to elaborate on that,” Sticky told SOHH. “Maybe he hates New York because he was in jail in Riker’s Island. He got caught out there. They locked him up. It’s probably the first time he’s been locked up, at least for that duration of time. It was probably a horrible experience for him, and the average New Yorker will be like, “Well, eff Lil Wayne and f*ck New Orleans then and da-da-da-da-da.” But on the same token, you got to know why he’s saying that. I think he should’ve elaborated on it a little more, and let us know like, “Well, okay. F*ck New York,” but why f*ck New York? He can say f*ck New York. He can say whatever he wants to say. That’s why America is the top country–freedom of speech.” (SOHH)
Check out Donny Goines’ “F*ck Lil Wayne” below: