Lil Wayne has been involved in quite a few beefs throughout his career, but compared to other rappers, you could say not that many considering he has been in the music industry for over 20 years.
Below, you can find a list of music artists that have dissed and sent shots to Weezy in their music and in their interviews.
Be sure to click on the artist name to be directed to a page that shows a more detailed history of their beef, as well as how Tunechi responded!
Artists Who Have Dissed Lil Wayne:
Years of beef: 2007 – 2012
Details: During an interview with Funkmaster Flex in 2007, 50 Cent got asked about Lil Wayne and why he thinks Wayne is getting asked to appear on other music artists’ singles and remixes. 50 replied by saying Weezy makes the songs good with his verses, but he is a whore for working with anyone… [Read More]
Gillie Da Kid
Years of beef: 2003 – 2010
Details: This Gillie Da Kid and Lil Wayne beef all started when Gillie decided to leave Cash Money Records after a disagreement over money with the founders Birdman and Ronald “Slim” Williams in 2003. Wayne then decided to diss Gillie on a song called “Problem Solver” off his joint mixtape with Baby… [Read More]
Years of beef: 2009 –
Details: Before this Lil Wayne and Jay-Z beef began, both rappers have admitted that they are fans of each other. They have even collaborated together on songs such as “Hello Brooklyn 2.0”, “Mr. Carter”, and “Swagga Like Us”, as well as performed live together at shows such as the GRAMMYs… [Read More]
Years of beef: 1995 – 2004
Details: A 12-year-old Lil Wayne, who went by his stage name Gangsta D at the time, collaborated with B.G. and Tec-9 in 1995 on a track called “Fuck Big Boy”. The whole song was one big diss to Mystikal and his label that he was signed to at the time – Big Boy Records… [Read More]
Years of beef: 2013 –
Details: Not long after Lil Wayne went on a rant against the Miami Heat basketball team, Pitbull released a freestyle over Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” instrumental and called it “Welcome To Dade County”. During this freestyle, Pitbull sent a few shots at Wayne asking how could he disrespect… [Read More]
Years of beef: 2006 –
Details: Back in 2006, Lil Wayne appeared on the front cover of Vibe magazine rocking apparel from A Bathing Ape, as well as wearing BAPE clothes in his “Hustler Musik” music video. The Clipse, a hip-hop group formed by two brothers Pusha T and No Malice, were some of the first people… [Read More]
Years of beef: 2003 – 2011
Details: The Lil Wayne and R. Kelly beef all started when Birdman had plans to release a Best Of Both Worlds II collaboration album with R. Kelly in 2003, but Kelly ended up changing his mind last minute and instead working on a collaboration album with Jay-Z… [Read More]