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"This N---- Luke trippin!!! I ain't feelin khaled rite now neither [sic]," Wayne posted via Twitter. The statement perplexed fans and caused critics to wonder if his account was hacked, but since the tweet still stands on the social networking site, the sentiments are apparently true.
Wayne sharing his current opinion of Luke with more than 3.5 million of his followers comes as a result of words the 'Freak for Life' performer expressed in his Miami New Times column, 'Luke's Gospel.'
Luke, a longtime Miami resident, is fed up with the way rappers who've relocated to the South Florida area are using and abusing the locale. "I've got a message for Lil Wayne, his Cash Money Brothers, DJ Khaled, Puff Daddy and all the rappers from other parts of the country who now live in Miami," he wrote. "I'm tired of seeing these cats using up our beaches, soaking up our sunshine, taking over the nightclubs, and sleeping with our women without investing anything into the community. I want to know when Lil Wayne is going to do more than show up courtside at the American Airlines Arena. Hell, it's not like he paid for them anyway. You know he got comped."
The former Miami mayoral candidate went on to say that he would use his weight in his hometown to have their "Miami cards revoked." He also threatened the Young Money leader and the We Da Best label boss with a deadline of Jan. 1, 2012, a date in which he hopes to witness the hip-hop stars involved in do-good initiatives including fundraisers and forming charities to benefit the people of the city.
As for Wayne's issue with the often-collaborated with DJ Khaled, there's no word yet on why he's not "feelin" him. Perhaps it has something to do with the 'We the Best Forever' creator's own Twitter message yesterday, where he wrote, "Me uncle luke about to take over @99JAMZWEDR." The South Florida hip-hop radio station is where Khaled spins weekly.