Lil Wayne Hits Back at Pitbull Following 'Welcome to Dade County' Rap
Just a couple of days after Pitbull released his "Welcome to Dade County" freestyle over Baauer's "Harlem Shake" to diss Lil Wayne for his Miami Heat rant, Lil Wayne went online to hit back at the pop rapper. The New Orleans rapper took to Twitter to respond to the verbal backlash that he got from the Miami rapper in exchange for his damaging remarks against Chris Bosh and his basketball team.
"Dam pit bull bro I thought u was kool," Weezy tweeted on Wednesday morning, February 27. Shortly after posting the message, Pitbull tweeted back with, "I am cool papo but imagine me shitting on anything new orleans which I was just there for super bowl the big easy I loved it. the world shows me love and vice versa but miami is all I got no disrespect just the truth".
Pitbull snapped back at Weezy for disrespecting his Florida hometown which he spoke of during an appearance at the recent NBA All-Star Game. He slammed the Louisiana native for berating Miami just shortly after a recent visit there, slamming Weezy with his rap, "You talk Miami, yes you talkin' Heat/ Moral of the story, don't shit where you eat."
Although Lil Wayne had already apologized for his unflattering remarks, he somehow made it worse by saying he meant no disrespect to Miami Heat star player LeBron James and only dissed everyone else including Dwayne Wade and Bosh, to whom he made the worst comment, claiming he had slept with Bosh's wife.
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