Lil Wayne appeared on FS1's Skip and Shannon: Undisputed to dispel the rumors that he's retiring, despite alluding to the possibility. “I AM NOW DEFENSELESS AND mentally DEFEATED & I leave gracefully and thankful I luh my fanz but I’m dun," he tweeted earlier this month.
"This was a tweet after an argument," he says before explaining that he reached his tipping point due to the ongoing legal feud with Birdman. "This is business. I have family, I have kids, I have a mother. You got bills," the rapper tells the hosts. "Once the business is right, then everything is right. I did feel that way, and I didn’t take the tweet down because I say I still feel that way.”
Lil Wayne went on to reveal he won't work with Birdman ever again, who he sued for $51 million in January over unpaid royalties. On another note, the artist reflected on a conversation he had with co-host Skip Bayless about his concerts being predominantly white:
“I thought that was clearly a message that there was no such thing as racism. I thought that was a perfect example. When I look out and I’m coming out the bottom of the stage to do my show on tour and I’m in my stance or whatever and I open my eyes, I see everybody. I don’t have a ‘this’ type of crowd or ‘that’ type of crowd. My crowd has always been everybody.”
This is disappointing coming from the same guy who dissed former president George W. Bush on "Georgia...Bush" from 2006's Dedication 2 mixtape. But he still wants to rap, which is the only heartening moment from his Undisputed appearance.