Lil Wayne Snaps Back at Luther Campbell

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​Seems Lil Wayne laid off the sizzurp for a brief second to respond to Luther Campbell's ultimatum that President Carter needs to start investing more time helping Miami's less fortunate souls or else. Last night, Young Weezy, via his handle @LilTunechi, tweeted, "This Nigga Luke trippin!!! I ain't feelin khaled rite now neither."

Campbell also called out 99 Jamz radio personality DJ Khaled and other out-of-town rappers who've made the Magic City their second home. The New Times columnist's throwdown was picked up by MTV and various hip-hop blogs. But apparently Lil Wayne just heard about it.

"I'm tired of seeing these cats using up our beaches, soaking up our sunshine, taking over the nightclubs, and sleeping with our women without investing anything into the community," Campbell wrote.

No response yet from Uncle Luke, but we're sure a Twitter rap war is about to pop off. It's also not the first time a famous person has responded to a Campbell column via Twitter. Local shock jock Sid Rosenberg popped off on the former 2 Live Crew frontman after a column chastised the WQAM radio host for being unfair to Randy Shannon, the ex-head coach of the University of Miami football team.

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the truth
the truth

Who the fuck is Luke to tell WEEZY how to spend his money?

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Little Haiti Optimist Club

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Michael York
Michael York

Does luke have this same attitude towards Jennifer Lopez, Oprah, Puffy, Jay-Z, Marky Mark and others that have adopted Miami as home?? WHy is there all of this "intra-racism" and self-hate among a lot of black men?. Luke is the biggest hypocrite in the world and only ran for mayor for the publicity and to impress his wifes (shes a lawyer you know) family. And all of this "give back to the community" crap he's preaching is hogwash as he has cheated more people than he's helped. Has anyone heard from the members of the 2-live crew?? I  bet they're penniless and broke....... 

Wayneisstupid
Wayneisstupid

"This Nigga Wayne stupid!!! I ain't feelin twitter rite now neither."

William Pupo
William Pupo

Fuck Wayne, just another reason not listen to him. Respect those who became before you. SMH. Team Luke all the way!!!

Bridget Doyle
Bridget Doyle

I think it's cute when hardass pop stars give opinions...I just wanna pinch his little tattooed cheek.

nigga
nigga

A "Twitter Rap War"??? Pussy Shit..

Tom Stedham
Tom Stedham

RAP WAR!!! RAP WAR!!!TEAM LUKE OR TEAM WAYNE???

Lukeisstupid
Lukeisstupid

Haha, I guess it took about 2 weeks for it to get to Wayne. Luke is not that important.

Wayneisstupid
Wayneisstupid

Luke is involved in politics. Lil Wayne just does drugs then raps about it. Who's not that important again?

Jrod118
Jrod118

He is in Miami. It took Lil Wayne 2 weeks because he's not involved in politics. just being a pop star

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