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Lil Wayne dropped “My Homies Still” soon after his latest imbroglio (look it up) with G.O.O.D. Music rapper Pusha T. The song raised an eyebrow since it features Push A Ton’s fellow G.O.O.D. Music brethren, Big Sean. The song was recorded before Weezy jabbed back at Push thanks to perceived shots (see: “Exodus 23:1” and will be appearing on the Tunechi’s forthcoming  I Am Not A Human Being II.

As for the video seen here, it’s a psychedelic trip in a backyard/front yard that includes brightly colored elephants, multicolored zebra prints and skateboarding. Hey, at this point, Lil Wayne will wear what Lil’ Wayne wants to wear. Watch the Parris directed video for “My Homies Still” below.

What’s with all the damn sequels in Hip-Hop, though?

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