After patiently waiting for months, Lil' Wayne fans rejoiced as "Sorry for the Wait 2" hit the Internet late on Jan. 20. YMCMB's Mack Maine tweeted, "[Wayne] worked hard to give y'all free music... Love!" around 9 p.m. EST to release the 17-song mix tape. Though Wayne has yet to say anything about his new release on social media, he sure says a whole lot about his current feelings towards Baby and Cash Money Records in his new songs.
Go download the app and the mixtape and enjoy!!! @LilTunechi worked hard to give yall free music and say sorry 4 the wait!!! LOVE
— Mack Maine (@mackmaine) January 21, 2015
Lil' Wayne's #SFTW2 opens up with his own version of O.T. Genanis' hit song, "Coco." Within the first minute, Young Money's head honcho spews pure venom at his mentor turned "frenemey," Brian "Baby" Williams.
"Who kept this sh-t together? N--ga, me, that's who
Who was there when n--gas left? N--ga, me, that's who
Cash Money is an army, I'm a one man army
And if them n--gas comin' for me, I'm goin' out like Tony
Now I don't want no problems, I just want my money
Ain't gotta hold no conversation or my luggage
Tell whoever's countin' that I'm on a hundred
Birdman Jr., more like Ugly Duckling...
All I got is Young Money, no more Cash, n--ga...
No longer am I my brother's keeper, Cain and Abel
Young Money sharp, I'm still eatin', I just chipped my tooth
Tell them n--gas no love lost cause I ain't got sh-t to lose
I told myself to save yourself cause I can't save you...
It's compensation over conversation
Lord I must got blurry vision, a n--ga's got two faces
Lord, this game is a vampire
But you gotta protect your neck, it'll suck you dry like raisins, Lord..."
Throughout the entire song, Wayne makes it clear that his once bulletproof loyalty towards Cash Money Records is over. The reason for the split is still unclear, but judging from his lyrics, his problem with Baby is rooted in money just as the various reports said.
Sorry Nicki, it doesn't look like your hope of your brothers making up is going to come true anytime soon.
Listen to the full mix tape, below.
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