Lil Wayne Jumps on Future’s ‘F— Up Some Commas’ Remix, Says ‘No More Cash Money’
Lil Wayne is notorious for adding his own verses to some of the hottest tracks around. Take his remix of O.T. Genasis’ “Coco,” for instance. Now Tunechi is putting his Young Money touch on Future’s smash hit “F--- Up Some Commas.”
Weezy jumps on the track, celebrating his new freedom from Cash Money. “Let's f--- up some commas, Tunechi / Let's fuck up the future, Future / My homie just robbed the Uber / I get a discount on cruisers / Ain't no more Cash Money, just money,” he rhymes.
The New Orleans native even takes another jab at Birdman rapping, “A n---- pull up every summer / They don't call me Jr. no more / They call me the No. 1 stunna."
With a $51 million lawsuit against Birdman and Cash Money and his Tha Carter V album in limbo, Weezy is preparing to drop what he calls his best work to date with the Free Weezy Album, through his Young Money imprint.
Despite issues with his former mentor,l Wayne has been keeping his fans at bay with his Sorry 4 the Wait 2 mixtape and his Release Partiez club tour, which further exposes his beef with Baby. He recently made headlines for bashing Young Thug, who is planning on continuing Wayne’s Carter series with his new album, Carter Six.
Listen to Lil Wayne's Remix of Future's "F--- Up Some Commas"
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