Lil Wayne has kicked up some dust with his comments against the Miami Heat earlier this week. After Luther "Uncle Luke" Campbell fired back at Weezy, Trick Daddy is the latest to weigh in on the situation, stating that he'd rather make a call for unity than see anyone disrespect his hometown.
"I don't care who be offended by what I say. I rep my city and want nobody disrespecting," he said during an interview with 99 JAMZ. "We've got to stick together as radio, as artists, as DJs and fans who love the music as a whole. That's what makes a community."
Trick said that he has been speaking with Uncle Luke about joining forces, though it is unclear in what capacity. He continued by stating that artists from outside of the Floridian city will have to "check in" when they come to town and show more respect.
"Me and Luke been talking, we gon' get together, we gon' figure out some kind of way to this thing back on the road," he continued. "I can't go anywhere else. This my home. From now on, when they get in, they gon' have to start checking in, and they gon' start checking in by turning on 99 JAMZ and listening to us, what we got to say. They taking all our beats and rapping over them anyways."
This past weekend, Wayne went on a rant where he went against the NBA team and said that he "fucked Chris Bosh's wife." Luke later responded by stating that he was "way out of line," while the YMCMB chief clarified that he didn't mean to say "Fuck LeBron James" but stood by his other claims.
Listen to the interview below (via RR).