A few months go in the fall Lil Wayne said some troubling statements that made him be apathetic towards the black live matter movement. T.I. as a true friend and avid support was not about to allow that embarrassment happen to Wayne, so he proceeded to outs him in public over social media. They haven’t spoken since then, and T.I. has not mentioned Wayne since his appearance SXSW.

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“I ain’t spoke to lil’ bro. I mean, that was probably one of the most difficult responses and one of the most difficult tasks I’ve been faced with. This ain’t cool, this ain’t how we rocking. And I don’t think that could’ve been done in private. That was something that had to be done publicly,” T.I. says at SXSW he continues with a statement progressed from Baller Alert on his opinion should celebrities speak on their thoughts. “I think it’s important for them to do what they passionate about. Like if they have a true passion and they really sincerely care enough, then I think they should speak out on it,” Tip explained. “I don’t think they should keep themselves from speaking out on it just for, you know, their corporate sponsor’s comfort zones. You know what I’m saying? But at the same time, I don’t think they should force themselves if they don’t have an opinion.”

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Source: Baller Alert

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