Lil Wayne Blasts Mark Cuban: ‘I WILL PISS IN YA MOUTH’

Lil Wayne has reached the top.

The Young Money rapper’s beef with Dallas Mavericks owner reached new heights Monday when he told him, “I’m going to pee in your mouth f’n.”

It all started after Weezy, who was friends with Phoenix Suns point guard Chris Paul, called Mavericks star Luka Dončić “ho” on Twitter during the team’s 4th game against the Suns.

On Sunday, Cuban had the final laugh after the Mavericks beat the Suns 123-90 in Game 7 of the Western Conference semifinals. Following the explosion, he responded by trolling Wayne from Tha Carter V’s “Uproar” in his own words.

“It’s a shit show, put you in the front row,” he tweeted, prompting Wayne’s 7th birthday. Along with a photo of him sitting on the sidelines during the match.

But the trash talk didn’t sit well with Weezy, who has since shot at the billionaire in a tweet that has been deleted. “Doesn’t Mark Cuban slap me, U, the kid who plays me?” he warned. “I’m going to pee in your f’n mouth, ho.”

In a later tweet apparently directed at the Cuban, Tunechi added, “Ya lil bitch up.”

The Cuban Mavericks will face the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Finals, which begin today.

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Lil Wayne Says It Sometimes Takes A Seven-Week Process To Write Two Lines

Cash Money Records legend Lil Wayne recently interviewed on the I Am Athlete podcast.

On the podcast featuring Brandon Marshall, Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson, Adam “Pac-Man” Jones and Omar Kelly, Lil Wayne was asked how much time he spent writing the lyrics. Lil Wayne replied: “It depends on what it is. When it’s my shit, on god, man, I could take seven weeks on two lines.”

He continued, “I’ve said so much that I don’t ever wanna say the same thing. Also, you have to understand your audience. There were certain things I could have said to my audience in 95 that you’re not trying to hear right now. But you know I mean I could figure it out and that’s the beauty of it.”

Earlier in the interview, Lil Wayne talked about Drake. “I was like, ‘This dude sounds different,’” he said. What I loved about him was that he was sounding just as dope as we were.” He also revealed he told Drake, “‘Don’t stop, don’t change,’” and “you got to be the ultimate artist.”

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