The other week, Lil Wayne shocked fans when he put out some brutally honest tweets reflecting on his current state of affairs, mentally and otherwise, the turmoil of which stems from an on-going lawsuit and beef with Birdman and the Cash Money label.

The tweets in question, "I AM NOW DEFENSELESS AND mentally DEFEATED & I leave gracefully and thankful I luh my fanz but I'm dun" and "ain't lookin for sympathy, just serenity" saw his fans (both with and without clout) jump up in arms-- 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Chance The Rapper and Young Thug among them; the latter of whom professed his love and support of his idol on twitter.

Today Weezy appeared on FS1's Undisputed with Skip Bayless where he helped quell the rumors he started with his tweets. "This was a tweet after an argument," Wayne says when Bayless asks about his retirement-- he doesn't answer whether or not he's retiring directly though, but it sounds like or nah-- later on he echoes this by saying, "The height of my talent, or the height of my career, I haven't reached that at all."

Wayne explains that he was at his "tipping point" at the time he sent the tweets, and that the argument stemmed from "what's going on," aka the Birdman beef. "I have a family. I have kids. I have a mother. We got bills. This is just business," Wayne goes on to say. "Once the business is right, everything is right."

He added that the tweets won't be deleted any time soon, "I did feel that way, and I didn't take the tweet down because I said I still feel that way. And until something is done about it, then maybe I'll change."

When asked if he would work with Birdman again, even if the money was all correct, Wayne says, "no sir." He adds, "gimme mine, and I'll walk off free."

Check out a clip from his Undisputed appearance below.