Lil Wayne Collaborates With Big Sean on “My Homies Still”

In the midst of a feud between Lil Wayne and Pusha T, artwork for Weezy’s new track, “My Homies Still,” hit the net last night (May 31), equipped with a very interesting featured guest: G.O.O.D. Music’s Big Sean.

According to Rap-Up’s unleashed artwork, Weezy’s record, which is supposedly the first single off his upcoming album, I Am Not A Human Being II, features Big Sean and will be unleashed today (June 1).

If this serves true, it will mark an interesting curveball, considering Weezy dropped “Goulish,” a diss track aimed at Big Sean’s G.O.O.D. Music labelmate, Pusha T, just last Friday (May 25).

The short diss track came in response to Pusha’s “Exodus 23:1” song, in which Wayne took offense to what he believed were subliminal shots aimed at him and Drake.

“Throwing that flag up, runnin’ around like you hot shit, taking half of everything you get chorus” and “contract all fucked up/I guess that means you all fucked/You signed to one nigga, then signed to another nigga, then signed to three niggas/Now that’s bad luck,” Pusha raps on the song.

That triggered Wayne to respond with:

“Fuck Pusha T and anybody that love ’em/His head up his ass, I’ma have to head butt him, gut him.

“Niggas can’t see me, not even a glimpse, too many banana clips I feel like chimps,” Wayne spits later on the record.

“You fuckin’ with some niggas that will murk ya’ll/Nigga you softer than a motherfuckin’ Nerf ball, bird call/Brrrrrr, what happened to that boy?/He was talkin’ shit, we put a clappin’ to that boy.”

That being said, “Exodus 23:1” producer, Rico Beats, insists that Pusha never mentioned Wayne’s name, while recording the track in the studio.

“Honestly, when we were in the room listening to that record, I didn’t hear none of these guys’ names brought up,” Rico told MTV News, addressing reports that Pusha targeted Weezy and Drizzy on the record. “It was none of that. Dream got in his zone and he went in the booth. Pusha got his pen, like I didn’t hear nobody mentioned.”

In other Weezy news, Wayne wasn’t allowed in the Oklahoma City Thunder/San Antonio Spurs playoff game last night (May 31).

“Going to go to the Thunder game tonight but was denied by the team to be in their arena. Wow,” Weezy tweeted in disappointment and seemingly disbelief.

A rep for the OKC Thunder, though, told TMZ: “We did not deny him. His representatives contacted us about court side tickets and we told them we are completely sold out.”—Jakinder Singh