Watch As Lil Wayne Dry-Humps His Trailer-Park Fam On 'Senile' Video Set

'It's just basically some old Addams Family-type, trailer-park trash,' Tyga tells MTV News of the story behind new Young Money clip.

Lil Wayne is loyal to his Young Money crew, but for the squad's latest music video, Tunechi linked up with another family.

"It's just basically like some old Addams Family-type, trailer-park trash and Wayne is just like in these different houses going crazy," Tyga told MTV News on Tuesday when we crashed the set of the video for "Senile," the current single from YM's recently-released Rise of an Empire compilation LP.

The track, which was released in February, features Tyga, Nicki Minaj and Weezy trading some pretty crazy bars on a sparse and spacey beat. The track was meant for Tyga's upcoming The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty LP, but it quickly became a family affair and ended up a standout on YM's collaboration project, which hit stores on Tuesday.

"Originally it was just a joint from my album that I was gonna drop and I just heard Nicki on it, so I went to the studio where she was recording, I played it for her, and she was like, 'You should put Wayne on it, too,' " Tyga recalled.

"I'm recording my album, so they caught me in the right mood," Wayne chimed in. "I was like, 'I don't care what you send across my table, it could be any song — a Sade song.' "

For the record, even though Wayne is currently recording for Tha Carter V, he tells us he's totally down to do a song with Sade.

Collaboration clearly isn't a problem for the YM boss: He's worked with everyone from Jay Z to Enrique Iglesias. So for the "Senile" video, director Colin Tilley linked Weezy with a cast of extras that you wouldn't typically picture one of the biggest rappers in the world chilling with. First there was a ZZ Top-looking grandpa and a pair of bratty kids who ran across the set doing the worm and playing with blow-up dolls.

In one scene, Wayne and his trailer-park fam posed for a portrait, which quickly got thrown off once Weezy started to dry-hump his pretend mom.

"It's just a bunch of fun," Wayne said. "Having a ball, having a blast as always."