You can suck his dick for some Trukfit but if you want a new pair of Lil Wayne‘s sneaker collaboration with Supra you’re going to have to juggle his balls for good measure. So, enjoy that.
In news related to the martian, he was dropped from an endorsement deal with Mountain Dew last week over his controversial reference to Emmett Till on a remix of Future’s “Karate Chop,” which leaked online earlier this year. His publicist, Sarah Cunningham, said that the split was due to “creative differences” and that it was an amicable parting. Girl, good day.
PepsiCo said in a statement that Weezy’s “offensive reference to a revered civil rights icon does not reflect the values of our brand.”
The New Orleans rapper (who now talks like Valley Girl from a wealthy family when he is down at the skatepark, I can’t wait until I’m that rich) had sent the Till family a letter offering empathy and saying that he would not reference Till or the family in his music, particularly in an inappropriate manner. But the Till family said the letter fell short of an apology.
“It’s mindboggling to me that they partnered with him in the first place,” said the Rev. Wheeler Parker Jr., a Till cousin and witness to his abduction. “Major corporations should scrutinize who they endorse, don’t let greed or money determine who you sponsor.”