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Lil Wayne doesn’t like New York City-gate is officially on day two. Yesterday, Fuse TV went down to New York State Senator Malcolm Smith’s press conference in Times Square, where the politician demanded an apology from Tunechi for his disparaging remark about NYC (a super quick “Flat out, I don’t like New York,” made in passing). Fuse also asked Cash Money Records founder and CEO, and rapper, Bryan “Baby” Williams to comment on his numero uno artist’s comment. As expected, Birdman was in total support of his progeny.

“To me, I feel personally, whatever my son say I’ma ride with. If he say he don’t like it, then that’s just what it is. If he don’t like it, we don’t like, I don’t like it if he don’t like it, so…if he say it, that’s law.”

Spoken like a true father. Does this mean YMCMB are never going to kick in on Broadway or in Harlem again? Does anyone, besides Donny Goines, truly care?

Watch footage from Smith’s presser and Birdman’s stirring word of support below.


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