Lil Wayne is still slightly unhappy with the release of Barter 6.
OK, a little more than slightly.
“If there were any other albums that dropped recently, tell ‘em I said, Suck my d--k,” Wayne said, referencing Young Thug’s Friday release, during a recent concert in Columbus, Ohio, in a video picked up by LilWayneHQ. “Carter V coming soon; ain’t no motherf--kin’ such thing as Carter 6.”
Technically, that is true: There's no such thing as Carter 6. But it's not for a lack of trying. Thug was planning on calling his latest release Carter 6, until he said he had to change it to Barter 6 for legal reasons.
“Anytime y’all book them bitch ass n---as to come up in this motherf--ker, before they say one word, you let ‘em know Tunechi said, Suck my d--k," he added.
Wayne's displeasure is no surprise, really. He released Tha Carter as well as Tha Carter II, III and IV -- and V is on the way, though delayed by issues with Birdman and Cash Money. Birdman, meanwhile, has been working closely with Thug, and appears twice on Barter 6.
After staying quiet for months following Thug's initial admission in late 2014 that he planned to do Carter 6 through 10, Tunechi broke his silence just over a week ago.
"I want y’all to do me a favor and stop listening to songs of n---as that pose naked on they motherf--king album cover," he said during another concert on his Sorry 4 The Wait 2 Tour.
Clearly, he hasn't come around since the project dropped.