Lil Wayne and Young Thug’s Beef Exploration: Everything You Need to Know

Their talent has earned Lil Wayne and Young Thug a reputation in the industry. The two were friends at first, but quickly turned into a feud.

Lil Wayne and Young Thug have been making music that many people enjoy over the years. The two musicians have undeniable talent and have the potential to break records together.

Fans expected this when the two were working on a track alone. On the other hand, the situation improved quickly.

Beef explored by Lil Wayne and Young Thug

According to Billboard, Lil Wayne and Young Thug finally signed with the same label, Vash Money Records. Previously, the two had expressed interest in a single song collaboration.

When it comes to collaborations, Young Thug says he prefers Lil Wayne over Michael Jackson. There were no signs of a problem with either of them.

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Things started to fall apart in 2016, years after Lil Wayne released a pair of Carter-managed mixtape. Carter V was expected, but the rapper quickly clarified that it would never be released. It is undeniable that the fans were disappointed.

The most surprising development was Young Thug’s announcement that Carter 6 was coming. It didn’t take long for Lil Wayne to come out and attack the rapper. This was also the beginning of their feud and the episode that permanently changed their friendship.

What should Young Thug say about Lil Wayne?

Young Thug talked about meeting Lil Wayne for the first time on the 2020 Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast.

“Hey, that bastard didn’t play with me on the first day.” he explained He put me to the test. He tried to pimp me. My feet hurt, and I’m a real stepper. Don’t treat me like that. My pimp was hanged by the chick. he was probably wearing black [shades]Like Chrome Hearts.”

“Then it went on and on,” he added. I dapped him once, and he dapped me again. ‘Hey man, I’ll tap your hand one more time…’ ‘I’ll never touch your hand again.’

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How is their friendship now?

Young Thug spoke about his relationship with Lil Wayne at Breakfast Club Power 105.1 FM in 2021. He admitted that everything that had happened before was a misunderstanding and had reached the point where they had progressed.

Young Thug also said they were collaborating on the album. Wayne, on the other hand, remained silent on the matter.

Ankita Khanra


Ankita Khanrah is a sophomore in the Masters Program in Communication and Journalism (Integrated) at the KIIT Deemed University School of Mass Communication in Bhubaneswar.

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