Months after spitting an eyebrow-raising diss directed at Jay-Z on his song "It's Good," Lil Wayne has once again fired off a (thinly veiled) shot at Jay, this time including his "Watch The Throne" buddy, Kanye West.
At the Cash Money Pre-Grammys party at Paramount Studios on Saturday night (Feb. 11), Weezy gave a lengthy speech that ended with him rattling off a few bars for the crowd. "I met a bad red bone, I took the bitch home/ I asked her what she want to watch, she said surely not The Throne," he rapped.
Some bad blood has been brewing between Jay-Z and Lil Wayne ever since Hov rapped on "H.A.M." that Lil Wayne and his crew have "baby money." Wayne fired back on "Tha Carter IV" track "I'm Good," "Talkin 'bout baby money? I got your baby money/Kidnap your bitch, get that 'how much you love your lady' money." "Watch The Throne" and Wayne's "Tha Carter IV" are both nominated for Best Rap Album at this year's Grammy awards.
During his Grammys party speech, Lil Wayne also held a moment of silence for Whitney Houston, gave a shout-out to Cash Money cohorts like Nicki Minaj and Busta Rhymes, and gave a special nod to Christina Milian that suggested that the R&B singer had signed to Weezy's label.
"Y'all make some noise for Christina Milian... Young Money Christina Milian!" Wayne announced. Milian, best known for hits like "Dip It Low" and "AM to PM," has not released an album since 2006.