"You can’t say no bullshit like that."
Kidd Kidd rapped alongside Lil Wayne as part of the Sqad Up crew back in the early 00s, so it's safe to say he and his fellow New Orleans rapper have a history. Given their collaborative past, Kidd Kidd was asked about Lil Wayne's controversial comments about the Black Lives Matter movement during an interview with Money Stacks Matt (as pointed out by XXL), and like many others, he revealed he wasn't impressed with the remarks.
“I don’t know what that n*gga was on that day,” Kidd Kidd said. "I know Wayne ... I know you know better than that. You can’t sit up here and say you don’t know nothing about Black Lives Matter ... My n*gga, you a old hermit. You watch TV all day. I know you know what’s going on out here with us and our people. Don’t act like you don’t care.”
He went on to express that no matter how Wayne personally feels about the issue, he has a responsibility to set an example for his admirers. "Don’t get it twisted. You probably don’t care what’s going on with our people, dog, but you can’t say no bullshit like that ... You got so many fans, so many people that look up to you. How you think that’s looking to them? Don’t do no shit like that, bruh."
T.I. has also publicly criticized Wayne for his remarks, which inspired Wayne's daughter to ask the rapper "you lost his number?".
Wayne apologized for the remarks shortly after they were aired, writing, "When the reporter began asking me questions about my daughter being labeled a bitch and a hoe, I got agitated. From there, there was no thought put into her questions and my responses."
Watch the full interview below.