West Coast rap newcomer Kreayshawn has revealed her reaction to Lil Wayne blessing her “Gucci, Gucci” smash hit on a new freestyle and said despite her grandfather’s opinion, Weezy F. Baby showed admiration.
While her grandfather feels the freestyle was a diss, Kreay said he could not have been more wrong.
In the meantime, fans of “Gucci Gucci” can hear Lil Wayne rapping over the track on his “Sorry 4 the Wait” mixtape, which hit the Web last week. Kreayshawn says she was “very flattered” from the rap giant using her track, and that she first heard about the remixed track from an unlikely source. “One of the first people who called me and told me about it was my grandpa,” says Kreayshawn. “He’s like, ‘Yeah, Wayne’s rapping over your beat. I think he’s dissing you! Is Wayne dissing?’ And I’m like, ‘Oh, what? I gotta hear this.’ So I listened to it and I’m like, ‘No pop-pop, it’s a mixtape!’ It’s an honor to me… I’m excited that [Wayne] noticed and I’m able to get some of his fans to listen to the original version and they like me too.” (Billboard)
While he does make reference to a white girl, Kreayshawn’s name does not pop up on Weezy’s “Gucci, Gucci” freestyle.
“Tunechi, Tunechi, tote the toolie, f*ck around and pop ya/My homies got that white girl, call it Lady Gaga/Glock 4-tini, nina colada, suck, swallow, semen saliva/I’m going at your collar, f*ck you ho n*ggas/Weezy go hard, you bitches go figure/Diamonds in my teeth like I’m a f*cking dope dealer/You’re a dead man walking: Michael Jackson Thriller/I’m in one big room, full of bad b*tches..” (“Gucci, Gucci”)
Earlier this week, Kreayshawn and Lil Wayne protege Drake became flirty during a live interview.
“I honestly get excited when new things happen in hip-hop and when I heard ‘Gucci Gucci,’ I heard the flows, I was excited before I even knew who she was,” the Young Money star told Invasion Radio. “And you know I got to hear a little bit more of the music beyond that and then to meet her and the energy that she has is great. She’s just a great person. She’s good people. That’s my dog.” Drizzy, who will release his sophomore album Take Care on October 24, is leaving the door open to a collaboration. “Anytime she’s ready. I got bars on deck for that,” he said of the Oakland-bred artist, calling her a “little cutie pie.” “You’re not so bad yourself there, Mr. Regularly Handsome,” gushed a blushing Kreayshawn. (Rap-Up)
Last month, Kreayshawn admitted she broke Diddy’s heart by signing to Columbia instead of his Bad Boy Records.
“He hit me and he was mad about the whole signing thing. He was like, ‘Yo, I wanted to work with you, blah, blah blah,’ ” Kreayshawn recalled. The upstart rapper went on to reveal an amusing tidbit to the Bad Boy mogul. “Honestly, I’ve always had a picture of you next to me and my kindergarten picture,” Kreay recalled telling him. “I always put it on my wall, and I tell people, ‘That’s my dad. P. Diddy’s my dad.’ And he was like, ‘Yo, I have to adopt you.'” (MTV)
Check out Lil Wayne’s “Gucci, Gucci” freestyle below: