Lil Wayne Responds To Luther "Luke" Campbell's Letter, Apologizes To Miami
The back-and-forth between Lil Wayne and Miami, Florida continues.
After Lil Wayne recently cursed out the Miami Heat (specifically LeBron James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh), Luther “Luke” Campbell wrote a letter taking not only Wayne to task, but his own city. Now, Wayne has responded.
“I can't change nobody's personal opinion. I can't change nobody's personal view,” said Wayne in an interview with 99 Jamz. “I can just keep doing what I do and keep putting food on the table for my family and that's what I'm going to do no matter what.
“I haven't [read Luke's letter], but I already know how he feels about me,” continued Wayne, referring specifically to the letter. “I've never met him actually. ...Ever since I got here, there were billboards and signs saying, ‘Lil Wayne, Go Back Home,’ you know what I mean? And I didn't do anything.”
Though Miami’s perception of Wayne has apparently become frosty, he has no intentions of leaving the city. “This is Miami, I can't move,” said the Young Money general. “I got the best skate weather, ever, down here. ... Like I said, the main thing I really want to get out there is that I do apologize for the misunderstanding to the city of Miami. I love everyone here, it's just I'm passionate about sports and I felt very disrespected, that's all. I felt very, very disrespected.”
The altercation between Lil Wayne and the Miami Heat began when Wayne claimed he was kicked out of a game for rooting for the Los Angeles Lakers.
Watch the interview below.