Lil Wayne has issued another apology to the family of Civil Rights icon Emmett Till. Weezy caught hell earlier this year after comparing the Emmett Till’s death to rough sex in Future’s “Karate Chop“.
He performed “Karate Chop” in a recent concert in Nashville and instead of rapping the lyric he says
“I Apologize to the family of Emmett Till.”
Check out the video below:
While Wayne had previously issued a statement addressing the lyric, he never said the words “I apologize.”
The firestorm of controversy surrounding the lyric caused Lil Wayne to lose a sponsorship deal with Mountain Dew.
Weezy F Baby‘s “Griffin” shoes cost $75.00 and come in three colors: Black/Gold/White, Red/Black/White, and White/Grey/Blue-White. The “Kondor” shoes cost $100.00 and come in two colors: Red/Black/White and Black/White. And lastly, the “Chimera” shoes cost $125.00 and come in four colors: Black/Red, Yellow/White, White/Red, and Grey/Pink.
Here is the official music video for Lil Wayne‘s “God Bless Amerika” single. The visual, which was directed by Eif Rivera, was shot in Hollygrove, New Orleans on June 15th.
You can find this Cool & Dre-produced song on Weezy F Baby‘s latest album, I Am Not A Human Being II, available in stores and online today!
Click here to check out some behind the scenes footage from the “God Bless Amerika” video shoot and here to view photos.
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