Lil Wayne Warns NBA Reporter "to Keep My Name in Your Mouth"
Weezy fires back after an Odell Beckham interview with ESPN.
New Orleans, LA – Lil Wayne recently sat down with the New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. during an interview with ESPN, and some people who, evidently, found that funny. Veteran New York sportswriter Frank Isola made a comment about the interview and suggested Weezy's presence in any way took away from Beckham credibility.
Wayne has clearly been paying attention. On Tuesday (9 October), spoke to the Island of the comments on Instagram and issued a severe warning.
"I've been listening to things like, if [Beckham] wants to be taken seriously, why would he do an interview with Lil Wayne sitting next to him?", he says in the clip. "Frank, I rock with you. In fact, I like it. When you see on TV, I like your heavy New York Italian any accent, I like the way you do your thing, you say what you want to say, get your point across.
"But you mentioned my name, my name came out of your mouth at this time. When that happens, I'm going to return the fire. I don't know much about you however. The fact is, you don't know much about me. With that said, keep my name in your mouth."
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Wayne also spoke about Beckham, teammate of Eli Manning — who is also Wayne's hometown of New Orleans, and his comments on the Beckham interview. When asked about Wayne to be there, told a sports reporter Dan Duggan, he did not "see" Wayne.
Asked about Odell comments, Eli cracked that he doesn't look at Lil Wayne a lot. Eli then said that it was great to Odell to set the record straight with the team.
— Dan Duggan (@DDuggan21) October 8, 2018
"Eli," Wayne continues. "Every time someone bad mouths you, I'll be the first to say — you can do a Skip Bayless, who is my homie, shout, Skip — it 'man listen, I have an uncle that it was time that he remembered having seen Eli, Archie, Peyton, Cooper. He remembers to hav