Rocking a Lil Wayne costume, replete with long blonde dreads, a wifebeater, camo pants and an iced-out chain and watch, the Young Money diva let Birdman and Weezy do all the talking regarding the Gil Green-helmed visual, which was shot on Friday (Oct. 14). The 'Pink Friday' creator was content with merely standing by, arms crossed and attempted to keep a straight face, despite Wayne's antics.
"Nicki gave me that song," Baby explained. "She called me one day like, 'Stunna, I got a record for you I think you would like.' I jumped on it, and put my son on it. I liked it from the start. Working with Nicki is just special anyway, and it was something she gave me, and I felt good about it, so we rocked with it."
While Baby praised his artist for her loyalty, Lil Wayne took a far less serious approach as he playfully described the "female Weezy's" intentions."
"Honestly though, I don't think no one is actually mad. It's just a figure of speech," Weezy deadpanned. "I think Nick just sounded good saying 'mad' at that point in the song. I don't think it would've been cooler if she said, 'That's why you glad.' I think that's why she went with 'mad,' we have to ask her next time I see her ... we don't want you guys to be mad. That's what it is."
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