New York rapper Donny Goines is standing up for his home state by lashing out at Lil Wayne with his new “F*ck Lil Wayne (Flat Out I Don’t Like You)” response record for comments he made about the Big Apple earlier this week.
On the track, Goines tells Weezy F. Baby the repercussions of talking about the Empire State.
“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”)
Cash Money’s Birdman has already come to Wayne’s defense in response to the public acklash.
When Fuse spoke with Cash Money CEO Birdman this afternoon, he backed up YMCMB’s top dog 100%. “To me, personally, I feel whatever my son says I’m gonna ride with. So if he say he don’t like it, then that’s just what it is,” Birdman says. “If he don’t like it, we don’t like it. I don’t like it if he don’t like it. That’s law.” (FUSE TV)
New York State Senator Malcolm Smith took a public stance toward Wayne yesterday (August 22) in Manhattan.
N.Y. State Sen. Malcolm Smith is demanding an apology from Lil Wayne. “New York City is the birthplace of the Hip Hop music movement,” Smith said in a statement Wednesday. “Millions of New Yorkers listen to his music every day. His comments outraged his local fans and residents.” (Syracuse)
Reports of Wayne’s comments regarding the Empire State surfaced Wednesday.
Lil Wayne has never been shy about expressing his disdain for New York, but that didn’t stop Tunechi from rolling through the Roseland Ballroom to rock the stage with Nicki Minaj. “Flat out: I don’t like New York,” Weezy told MTV News on Monday night while in Las Vegas to introduce his new line of sneakers with Supra. Wayne’s distaste for the Big Apple performances is understandable, considering it was his 2007 gun arrest after a NYC show that led to his 2010 incarceration. “You’re not supposed to leave it at, ‘Everything happens for a reason,’ ” Wayne said of how the failed Summer Jam set turned into a blessing in disguise. “I believe everything happens for a reason and then you make the most of that reason. I think we made the most of it last week.” (MTV)
Check out Donny Goines’ new record below: