Lil Wayne Replaced A “Cash Money” Lyric With A “Roc-A-Fella” Shout Out This Weekend

At Camp Flog Gnaw, Wayne said: “I’m a motherfuckin’ Roc-A-Fella millionaire.”

November 14, 2016

On Saturday, Lil Wayne headlined Tyler, The Creator's Camp Flog Gnaw festival in Los Angeles, California. During his performance of The Leak's "I'm Me," the rapper made at least two allusions to Jay Z's Roc-A-Fella Records: he threw up their signature diamond hand sign, and changed a line from the song's lyrics to "I'm a motherfucking Roc-A-Fella millionaire." "I'm Me" originally references his original label Cash Money Records, which Wayne is currently suing for $51 million.

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Roc Nation, Jay Z's entertainment company, was formed in 2008 and some Wayne announced a deal with the company at last year's Summer Jam, when he announced “I just signed a deal with my motherfucking idol Jay Z!” Wayne's manager Cortez Bryant clarified that the rapper had become an artist owner in Jay Z's streaming platform TIDAL. In July 2015, TIDAL released FWA (Free Weezy Album).

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