Lil Wayne seems to having finally gotten fed up with the community that helped create the enormous buzz he has right now — the mixtape community.
In an upcoming interview with mixtape magazine, Foundation, the New Orleans rapper expressed his utter distaste for the mixtape game, after the interviewer asked about a particular mixtape DJ who had leaked tracks from his upcoming Tha Carter III album.
He wasn’t happy to say the least.
“I ain’t into all that, I don’t remember no mixtape DJs,” said Wayne when asked about the first mixtape DJs he remembers. “I’m not into all that sh**. I don’t know no mixtape DJs…
“I created the mixtape game, but I’m not into that no more. I’m doing Lil Wayne. I’m against it, anti-mixtape dude. I don’t know no mixtape DJs. F*** you if you’re a mixtape DJ. I’m not into … ya’ll salting me out. I’m not with that,” he continued.
Weezy continued his angry rant, noticably agitated at the very mention of mixtape DJs or mixtapes in general, which the rapper has argubly been the uncrowned king of for quite some time now.
“I ain’t put out 25 mixtapes. F*** ya’ll, f*** DatPiff, f*** these mixtape DJs, f*** all that,” he said.
Wayne is used as the cover artist for a countless number of tapes on the mixtape circuit, most of which feature recycled, blended and mixed verse of the young rapper. It looks as though the mixtape DJs’ unauthorized use of his music has finally gotten to Wayne and he’s not having it any longer.
“I’m pissed off at the mixtapes right now. I don’t f*** with the mixtape game. They sucking my d*** and they ain’t letting me cum,” Wayne concluded. “Carter III coming June 10th. That’s the real sh**. Get it or don’t go get it, suck my d***. I’m smelling myself. I’m too good,” Wayne concluded.
The full Foundation interview will hit newsstands June 17.