Lil Wayne is feeling good about his contribution to Chris Brown’s latest single “Look at Me Now.” Weezy loves the song so much that he wanted it on his own album, but explains why it didn’t happen.
In his cover story for Rolling Stone, Wayne revealed that he considered keeping the track for himself, but there was one problem: “I cannot have Chris Brown rapping on Tha Carter IV,” he said.
And it’s not because he wasn’t feeling Breezy’s flow. “He ain’t sound bad. He’s spitting. But come on, man! Do you know how many rappers would be like, ‘I can’t get on Tha Carter IV, but this ni**a put Chris Brown on that bitch? Rapping?” shared the honest MC.
In the end, he decided to let the song remain on Chris’ upcoming album F.A.M.E. “You can’t take a ni**a’s song and take him off of it. That’s saying a whole lot. That’s like telling him, ‘I think this shit is hotter without you,'” admitted Weezy. “I would feel played if a ni**a did me that way.”