Khia Slams Lil Wayne After His Comments In Support Of Police: He’s NEVER Been For The People!

Khia Slams Lil Wayne After His Comments In Support Of Police: He’s NEVER Been For The People!

Rapper Khia took to her online show “Gag Order” to slam Lil Wayne after his recent comments expressing support for police amid the nationwide outcry against police brutality. Khia addressed his comments via a lengthy rant on her show and said,

“Just ’cause you sick and on drugs you a sick drug addict and like to f**k old white crackhead b****es that don’t mean white is right. Word on the current Lil Wayne need to get his a** beat and be ashamed of himself after sourp***y infected you, you ain’t been the same, n***a. I told y’all that a long time ago and everybody can get roasted including you. We the people versus Lil Wayne and them three dreads he got on the top of his head.”

She then announced the charges she was giving the “She Will” rapper.

“Weezy, you are being charged with being a d**k in the mouth cr****r loving drug addict that don’t know when to shut the f**k up. Let’s be real Lil crusty has never been for the people. You claim you’ve never experienced hate and racism and now you’re saying that there’s nothing we can do as a people about the wrongful deaths and the killing and murders of black people that’s going on in America. See that heroin done went through your head b***h kill yourself because again you’ve been out of order.”

Khia then seemed to throw Lil Wayne’s daughter, Reginae Carter, into the mix.

Reginae Carter, Lil Wayne

She said,

“We the people think that you would think of more to do if Resume lil stocky a** had a knee on her neck… If she had one I bet you would be ready to fight then E.T. wouldn’t you. Or maybe not huh because you ain’t never loved any black b****es that you f***ed with; you didn’t even love your mammy, your greedy greedy grand mammy…you ain’t never loved a black b***h let’s talk about the order. We don’t think you woulda told the motherf***er to take the go*d*mn knee off her motherf****ng neck you know cause you didn’t even tell her n***a that was a 45-year-old n***a, non-rappin’ ass n***a with five children gag order that was f****n’ your 18 year-old-daughter – embarrassed her, f***ed her, made her babysit his children and sent her back home to her mammy with a tore up p***y. You didn’t do s**t about that either so we ain’t expecting you to do s**t for us.”

Khia also alleges that Lil Wayne has been using drugs, which she said could be impacting his cognitive skills.

“We the people say hmm maybe you would do a little bit more if it was lean being poured out and heroin and crack cocaine being wasted in the streets instead of our blood Lil Wayne maybe you would run out there and fight then to get that lean up off the concrete. Poor junkie can’t see past the heroin and cocaine dust f**k n***a f**k you. We the people say you are 99 dreads short of being a man and 99 braincells short of a friend anybody that’s oppressed so again f**k you and your couch in the name of Rick James b***h ’cause we sick of you.”

The Gag Order host ends her drag of Lil Wayne with,

“Got all them tear drops and not killed not nann or cr***er or n***a b***h made n***a got a lot of scars on your face from getting burned by sourp**s ’cause you ain’t had not nann to fight. We the people sentence you to fall off the face of the earth. Don’t open your mouth for no more black d**k or no more black motherf****ng opinions that you might have keep your mouth closed on black issues and your a** old clothes n***a ’cause we tired of motherf****ng smelling your funky decaying a** in that order.”

Khia’s rant is rafter Lil Wayne made comments on the death of George Floyd, who died while in police custody. Lil Wayne told Fat Joe,

“I think when we see these situations, I think we also have to understand that we have to get very specific. What I mean by that is we have to stop viewing it with such a broad view meaning we have to stop placing the blame on the whole force and the whole everybody or a certain race or everybody with a badge We have to actually get into who that person is.”

He continued:

“And if we want to place the blame on anybody, it should be ourselves for not doing more than what we think we’re doing.”

Lil Wayne also pointed out that people don’t take action oftentimes.

“Some people put a tweet out and they think they did something. Some people wear a shirt and they think they did something. What you gonna do after that? Did you actually help the person? Did you actually help the family? Did you actually go out there and do something?”

The 37-year-old rapper later recalled a white officer saving his life when he was a child.

Users on Twitter caught wind of Khia’s comments on Wayne and shared their thoughts,

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Authored by: Chelsea Adjalla