Lil Wayne Says He Considers Himself Retired and Says He'll Never Work with Birdman Again -- Also Says Racism Doesn't Exist


Earlier this month, Lil Wayne tweeted:

“I AM NOW DEFENSELESS AND mentally DEFEATED & I leave gracefully and thankful I luh my fanz but I’m dun.”

Many fans thought it was Wayne announcing his retirement from the rap game.

Today, Wayne appeared on the new FS1 sports debate program ‘Undisputed’ to discuss the retirement rumors, as well as his relationship with Birdman.

According to Wayne, he only tweeted those words out of frustration with Birdman.

Co-host Sterling Sharpe then asked, “Can you work with him again?” Wayne responded, “No, sir.” Sterling followed up, “So, you’re looking for your payday and you’re moving on?” Smiling, Wayne said, “Yes, sir.”

After the retirement conversation, Wayne and the hosts got on the topic of Colin Kaepernick and racism. Wayne said that he didn’t think there was a such thing as racism because of all the white fans who attend his shows.

“I thought that was clearly a message that there was no such thing as racism,” he said. He went on to say that “it’s not cool to them,” when discussing young people’s views on racism. “When I’m on tour and I’m in my stance and I open my eyes and I see everybody. I don’t have this type of crowd or that type of crowd. My crowd has always been everybody, thank God.” 

Check out the clips below.

No such thing as racism? Damn, Lil Wayne. We were rooting for you.

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