There are plenty of reasons to get mad at Lil Wayne: His attitude toward women is questionable at best, his enthusiasm for recreational substances seems irresponsible, and he put out a rock album even though he’s a terrible guitar player. But the latest controversy comes across like a tempest in a drank-filled coffee mug.
While filming a video for the track “God Bless Amerika” in New Orleans, Weezy was caught stepping on an American flag that had been dropped behind him. The footage, which you can see below, has earned Wayne all kinds of Internet flack.
The song, from Wayne’s latest album I Am Not a Human Being II, features some incendiary rhetoric, including the lines “Damn, military minded, lost and can’t find it/ The stars on the flag are never shining.” Of course, it also features Wayne rapping the lyrics, “B—-, sit on my rocket,” so it’s not exactly a classic protest anthem.
Still, that hasn’t stopped people from getting up in arms about Wayne’s supposed desecration of Old Glory. Watch the clip below: READ FULL STORY