Lil Wayne On ‘Black Lives Matters’: “That Ain’t Got Nothin’ To Do With Me”

Published: Wednesday 2nd Nov 2016 by David

Lil Wayne has revealed that he does not see the necessity of the rising ‘Black Lives Matter’ because he believes his success as a black man in America proves that they already do.

Speaking to ‘Nightline’, the entertainer distanced himself from the movement, which was developed to tackle institutional racism and the harm it does to people of colour, before removing his microphone and saying “I ain’t no ******’ politician.”

A worrying scene below…

So, exactly what does the Black Lives Matter movement stand for?

Its official website shares:

#BlackLivesMatter was created in 2012 after Trayvon Martin’s murderer, George Zimmerman, was acquitted for his crime, and dead 17-year old Trayvon was posthumously placed on trial for his own murder. Rooted in the experiences of Black people in this country who actively resist our dehumanization, #BlackLivesMatter is a call to action and a response to the virulent anti-Black racism that permeates our society.Black Lives Matter is a unique contribution that goes beyond extrajudicial killings of Black people by police and vigilantes.

When we say Black Lives Matter, we are broadening the conversation around state violence to include all of the ways in which Black people are intentionally left powerless at the hands of the state.  We are talking about the ways in which Black lives are deprived of our basic human rights and dignity.

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  1. B&B November 2, 2016

    Wayne bro you are a c*** and a troll who just good at selling bullsh!t! Of course it dont have nothing to do with you you serving the jews n!gga just like Drake!!! White people in those positions of power pay you guap to brainwash the black community aka helping keep the white supremacist cycle going… You raised a generation of ignorant fools and you say you dont have anything to do wjth how we’re being oppressed? You one of the main parts of the problem. You have a voice and choose to say THIS sh!t? You (and other black celebs)rich so black lives matter somehow? The racism inspired killings are obvious as day!!!!!!!!! And by the way the Boule is no secret to nobody! They are all sell outs and are used to rinse wash and repeat the psychological warfare advances of white supremacy!!!! Fuckkkk you Lil Wayne!!!!!

  2. What’s It Gonna Bey November 2, 2016

    You ain’t gotta worry about me massa.

  3. Kiii November 2, 2016

    honestly lil wayne has always been ignorant so I’m not surprised. He acting like he’s the first successful black person in America. Look at Obama, he’s successful & theyre still calling him the N word. Plus he owes a large part of his success to black Americans anyway.

  4. Y’all Poor AF November 2, 2016

    But a lot of straight black men feel the BLM only cares about black women and gay black men despite 90% of it’s rallies and protests revolve around the unjustified murders of unarmed/nonviolent straight black men by police. I’m not saying every black persons has to scream BLM all day, everyday, but don’t act like your life is different simply because you have wealth and fame. Straight black men should rally together and create their own movement if they feel BLM doesn’t represent them but they can’t because it’ll be nothing more a show of hyper masculinity with no real purpose other than to say “look not were gay men and women crying” so honesty, f*** em. If black women and gay men want to rally together to bring mass awareness to the systemic racism that occurs in America still in 2016, I’ll support but too many straight black men can’t get pass their butthurt egos and take direction from a woman or gay man because they feel it bruises their masculinity. Look at Sandra Bland… she was harassed and arrested because she wouldn’t cower to a male cop who’s ego got bruised

    • Adrian LePeir November 2, 2016

      That barely made any sense. I’ll take “hyper masculinity” over your brand of hyper-whining.

    • XoMoDe November 2, 2016

      Sweetheart, what are you babbling about? That was a near fatal stew of incessant pouting and grammatical flubs. Someone has a complex. Seek psychiatric assistance for a prescription that can help with that.

  5. Weezy Tha Goat/ Zayn is ? November 2, 2016

    Can’t even defend him SMH

    • Truth November 2, 2016

      I think it’s about time you changed your screen name ? because Lil Wayne is an embarrassment.

  6. King November 2, 2016

    This is intresting as well as disappointing Wayne needs a lot of help. I really think his mind is gone and it’s been gone for a while.
    I believe that black people and all other minority people are very strong ?. I wish black ppl and other minority knew their strength and know that it’s okay to be black and proud. White people hate us so much but love our style music men traditions all that but yet some still can’t see that they want to be us and are intimidated by us.
    Don’t believe me look at all the girls getting big butts, full lips and tanned they been wanting to look like black people.
    I want all the races to respect one another, I understand that there are young men who need guidance and then turn to the streets. It starts at home educate your children and keep them safe it’s real out here.
    Black people we have to stick together stop fighting and help
    One another.

    • Rey November 2, 2016

      Well said!

  7. FASHION_ICON ~ Anti&Lemonade November 2, 2016

    A new dumb b****

  8. FASHION_ICON ~ Anti&Lemonade November 2, 2016

    Straight men? Lol and what’s funny some of them are indeed DL repressed n*****.

    How a straight men can feel some type of way because of gay people if it is not because they are hiding something?

    How a REAL man can be threatened by a woman ?

    Real man take the lead naturally…

    It’s sad but in 2016, us “Real men” are few and there is so many sexual fluid guy who pretend to be straight men especially in the black community.

    If only they knew The Police don’t pick whether you are gay or straight or whatever they see black they shot…it’s a common issue

  9. Everyone’s A Critic November 2, 2016

    We need to respect that not everyone is bound to this movement. Not every black person goes through the same experiences or has the same thought process. Before we are black we are human individuals. I PERSONALLY would use my platform but that’s because I have a lot to say about a lot of things. But I understand living in bliss

    • CommonSense November 2, 2016

      We ain’t gotta do nothing but be black and die. Stfu

    • Hmmm… November 2, 2016

      Whenever I see things like this, it’s not the fact that they don’t support BLM that’s a problem. It’s their rationale. I hate seeing these uneducated fools on my tv who are just happy that massa is sending them a check to rap. That’s some real tap dancing c*** s***. ASAP rocky said the same thing. Let me translate to English what the both of them basically said: “I am too rich to be black. I am ignorant. I live in Beverly Hills, I am not like the rest of you coloreds! I can’t relate. If massa tell me to dance, I’m gon put on a bow tie, and I’m gon dance. I don’t wanna be real. Stop tryna make me real. Leave me alone. I. AM. A. J******.”
      Child, It’s a mess. #StopStupidPeople2016
      Everyone supporting the movement doesn’t experience racism either. Most don’t. And they don’t need to either. I don’t need to get shot, to know the purpose. It’s about *spongebob voice ?* Educaaattiioonn.

      • Everyone’s A Critic November 2, 2016

        Totally agree with you! But what were we expecting from lil Wayne. Let him do what he does best, entertain. Why are we constantly looking for under qualified celebrities with WHITE BOSSES and RIGID contracts to spark political change… it’s like looking for liquor in a mosque!

  10. obsidian November 2, 2016

    I wonder how is feeling after choosing place this idiot on her race-themed-album!

  11. Coolness November 2, 2016

    So he thinks that because he’s rich and successful, he’s exempt from racism? What about his fans who aren’t so fortunate? That boy GONE!

  12. Teamcici November 2, 2016

    I don’t blame him,he’s dealing with menopause,plus bae is now with thugger. Just a scorned woman.,poor baby. Well boo,all the money or success in the world will not exempt you from the cruelty meted out to people of color just because. White supremacists will only love you for as long as they can control you,and use you to control others. Its not even just about black oppression,its more about the concept of white supremacy/superiority,that’s why trump thinks latinos are only good for house keeping,and arabs are all terrorists or taxi drivers. Blacks are passionately hated only because we challenge the establishment, they think we should just sit around and do nothing or continue to suffer in silence. They don’t like feeling threatened by our consciousness. Get it together Wayne.

  13. Lake Erie November 2, 2016

    I mess with Wayne in a real way but it irritates and puzzles me to hear this same stance from him and other blacks who say the same thing basically Smh.

  14. AndWhat November 2, 2016

    It’s cute to run your mouth when you know Birdman owns you and you aint got s*** to sell anyway. Plus white people now like Drake so boy bye.

  15. Adrian LePeir November 2, 2016

    People need to stop pretending that black people are a monolith group who all think the same, act the same, live the same lives, and have the same overall outlook and experience. This ‘group think’ b******* that black people like to assume and presume has to stop.

    I’m black and I’m not at all a fan of the BLM movement. Of course I recognize the need for social activism, and systemic racism, but THAT group in particular does not appeal to me… at all. I find them obnoxiously cynical, harrowingly self-righteous, callow and ultimately I don’t think that they do much to advance social equality.

    • Hmmm… November 2, 2016

      What are you doing to advance social equality?

      • SMH November 2, 2016

        Exactly. Since you have a problem with an organization that is actually doing something to bring a solution to unjustice facing black folks, what are you doing that’s better?

    • Speaking November 2, 2016

      Yes, what are you doing to advance social equality??? Please let me know.

    • Keri Qween November 2, 2016

      Youre an idiot and a c*** just like Wayne.

  16. SMH November 2, 2016

    Um, he’s a drug addict. Enough said.

  17. Rima November 2, 2016

    He’s garbage

  18. Dee November 2, 2016

    Why are black people supporting this buffoonery?

    He is rich in $ but he is so so poor mentally.

  19. BangBang? November 2, 2016

    No he’s from the south! And you still have a lot of southern people who believe that white people who are racist are fare and decent people.thats the message they have historically feed blacks for centuries. So regardless of how blatant it is or how wrong it it the black southerner is more inclined to take the white mans side even to their own detrament! He has classic case of house niqqa!

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