Lil Wayne Accused of Sexually Harassing Latto in Exchange For '777' Verse
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Prior to the release of her album '777', Latto claimed that one male collaborator on the record made it difficult to secure a feature because she didn't reply to a DM.

AceShowbiz - Latto's (Mulatto) "difficult collaborator" might be Lil Wayne. A podcaster claimed that the rapper that Latto called out in an interview prior to the release of "777" was actually the "Sucker for Pain" spitter.

Mandii B of the "Whoreible Decisions" podcast discussed Latto's comments in a new episode. When Latto claimed that one male collaborator on the record made it difficult to secure a feature because she didn't reply to a DM, people immediately thought it was Kodak Black, who later denied. Mandii B, however, didn't think so.

"To be fair, Latto did not confirm that it was actually Kodak," Mandii B said. She appeared to be hesitant at first, but then she spilled, "I will say, the tea I got -- so I don't even know if I can share this tea but it's old now. I actually heard it was Wayne, from someone that knows him."

Latto and Lil Wayne did team up with Childish Gambino a.k.a. Donald Glover for "Sunshine" off her 777 project. Neither Latto nor Lil Wayne has responded to Mandii B's claims.

Some fans, meanwhile, doubted that it's the truth. "HIGHLY DOUBT THAT. Wayne too old to care bout a DM & he brought us Nicki trust & believe if he wanted attention from ANYONE it would've been her," someone wrote in an Instagram comment. Echoing the sentiment, another user added, "I sadly don't believe this for some reason. I just don't see it."

Some others warned the podcaster that Lil Wayne's daughter Reginae Carter would be coming for her for attacking her dad. "Reginae coming in 5…4…3…2..1. Y'all know she don't play about her daddy," a user noted. "Yeah Reginae gather her cause This don't even sound like Wayne Chile," another one commented.

Prior to this, Kodak denied the accusations that he's the difficult male collaborator that Latto referred to in an interview. "That Mulatto girl is NOT talkin' bout me homie," Kodak clarified in a tweet. "Shawty ain't even say a n***a name." Kodak's producer Dyryk directly additionally blasted Latto, calling her story "bulls**t." He said at the time, "She asked for a feature a while back. We charged her our normal rate and she wanted a swap."

He continued, "Since her verse won't really do anything for us, we asked for a swap for our female artist and charged her substantially less. She declined and said she was going to not use the record. You're whole album had legal issues (I'm on the email chain) stop tryna pull this fictions fueled empathy card for sales. You try to assassinate my brothers character, I'm gonna destroy yours."

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