Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne is adding more fuel to speculation about him joining forces with music mogul Jay Z‘s Roc Nation. New footage has surfaced of Weezy F. Baby throwing up Jigga’s signature dynasty sign.
In the now-viral clip, Wayne is seen and heard hinting at things mounting for him and Young Hov’s entertainment company.
During his appearance at the first “LIV on Sunday’s” of 2017, Tunechi was spotted jamming out to his “Burn” freestyle off Dedication 4 (I forgot how dope this song is) and throwing up the ROC sign. Weezy also got on the mic to shout “when you see me it’s Y-M-R-O-C” and “triangle”, which I would presume is for the ROC hand sign. (Lil Wayne HQ)
Last year, reports surfaced about Cash Money boss Birdman having issues with Wayne publicly shouting out Jay.
Sources close to the situation tell us … lawyers for the 2 camps were close to reaching a deal — one meeting away, in fact — when Wayne publicly dissed Birdman by changing the lyrics in “I’m Me” from a Cash Money shout-out to a Jay Z shout-out. We’re told Birdman has his own beef with Jay, which made Wayne’s diss sting even more. Lil Wayne’s “Suck my d***!” at that same show didn’t help either — so he pulled the plug on negotiations. (TMZ)
In November, Weezy F. Baby shocked fans by hinting at a possible Jay Z situation going down during a live concert.
At this point, Wayne is saying fuck Cash Money for life. This Roc-A-Fella shout-out was random tho: pic.twitter.com/DiJoo7zJWC
— Eric Diep (@E_Diep) November 13, 2016
not that random 😶
— INFAMOUS (@INFAMOUS_) November 13, 2016
Recently, Wayne likened his YMCMB woes to the Miami Heat’s Chris Bosh.
“It’s interesting. It’s interesting. It’s a perfect example of, that you aren’t bigger than the game. It’s a perfect example of that. You’re not bigger than the team and once you’re off the team, it’s not, we don’t care. Once you’re off the team, we don’t care. We’re still a team and we have to conduct ourselves as such, and we have to make the most for us. Reason being, I’m going through the same situation myself. So I know how it is. Everything I’ve done for them, they wouldn’t be them without me and, but I’m off the team so it’s, ‘screw him as long as we can, make sure we gonna screw him as much as we can, and when we can’t no more we’ll see what happens. That’s what it looks like they’re doing to Bosh” (“His & Hers”)