Weezy F. Baby sat down with Julia Beverly of Ozone Magazine to answer a few outdated non original questions right before he entered the bing. For example she asked Lil Wayne about calling women out of their name in his music. Did she honestly think that was a question that the fans wanted to know? I mean who doesn’t know the answer to this question. Do you really think that Lil Wayne goes around calling every women some derogatory alias. Picture Weezy going up to his mom on mother’s day and say “Happy Mother’s Day B*tch, I love you.”
Certainly there are times when these names should be used. For example if it’s that time of the month and your girl is blacking out for no good reason. It might be ok to think she’s acting like a bitty that doesn’t mean that she is one, rather she is acting like one for the moment. This is all common sense. Not to mention are we really expected to think that Ms. Beverly has never called another female out of her name, B*TCH PLEASE! Why don’t women ever get asked about calling men out of their names. I’ve certainly heard plenty of females call a dude a female dog or a kitty cat but never get checked. Can we all say double standard. If you check out the other excerpts below, you might also sense that Wayne felt this interview was a crock. As a matter of fact he probably called her a bitty for conducting this wack interview, because I know I did.
On respecting woman but still calling them h*es and b*tches in his songs
There’s two answers to that. One is – there are b*tches. There are hoes. There are ladies. There are women. There are girls. Pick which side you’re on. When somebody’s saying something about “b*tches,” if they didn’t say “Julia is a b*tch,” if it doesn’t apply to you then it doesn’t apply to you. The second answer is, you’d have to be a woman who’s met me to know if I believe you’re a b*tch or a hoe or whatever.
So the intrusion into your personal life bothers you?
No, it bothers you, because you have to actually think if it’s true or not and come sit down and ask this dumb ass sh*t. I know you have to feel stupid, because it’s like me sitting here and looking at your [brown] hair and asking you, “Since you dyed your hair green, how do you feel?” Your hair obviously isn’t green.
Did you go through a phase where you were, um… wanting to spread your seed? Or was it just the way things happened?
You’d have to be a woman that’s with me to know what phase I was going through. If I was to answer that question for you or for the world or for this magazine, then I’d be the dumbest n*gga on the planet.