In a new interview, Weezy F. Baby explained what fans can expect from his Young Hov alignment.
“Yeah, Jay is just a good guy man. He’s a good guy. It was nothing but a simple thing, just friend-to-friend, ‘I just want to help you.’ That’s all it was. ‘I just want to help you man. In any way I can.’ And right now he’s just going to help me in any way he can, and that’s just what it is. [Have I left Cash Money yet?] No, we haven’t done that yet. We’re still working on that situation. But like I said, Jay’s just a good guy and he wants to help me. He’s going to help me.”
A few days ago, Roc Nation Sports star Rudy Gay gave his reaction to Wayne joining the team.
“Yeah, I didn’t see that,” Gay said about Wayne declaring his allegiance to Roc Nation. “Oh wow, wow. That’s uh, that’s dope. Welcome to the company. Am I gonna hit him up for tickets? [laughs] I guess, I guess I can now, right? [Best rapper at Roc Nation?] Ah man, come on now, the boss [Jay Z]. The boss, man. The boss is still number one.” (TMZ Sports)
Earlier this month, Wayne sparked headlines after declaring himself R-o-c.
“Is it cool if I just say it? It’s the Roc,” Wayne said. “You know I’m a member of that team now.” After sharing the news, Wayne put up the Roc’s diamond hand sign before launching back into his performance. Wayne has been contemplating a deal with Jay Z for years, dating back to the days of Roc-A-Fella Records. XXL has reached out to Roc Nation for comment. (XXL Mag)
Back in January, Wayne hinted at something stirring with the Jigga Man.
During his appearance at the first “LIV on Sunday’s” of 2017, Tunechi was spotted jamming out to his “Burn” freestyle off Dedication 4 (I forgot how dope this song is) and throwing up the ROC sign. Weezy also got on the mic to shout “when you see me it’s Y-M-R-O-C” and “triangle”, which I would presume is for the ROC hand sign. (Lil Wayne HQ)
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