Lil Wayne Declares There’s ‘No Such Thing As Racism’ — Watch!

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Great news, everyone… racism no longer exists!!

At least according to Lil Wayne, who is no stranger to performing in front of a predominately white audience.

Stopping by FS1‘s Undisputed on Tuesday, the rapper was asked by host Skip Bayless what he takes away from performances in front of a lily white crowd — to which Weezy profoundly responded:

“I thought that was clearly a message that there was no such thing as racism.”

Hmmm… we think Zendaya, Colin Kaepernick, and literally most of educated America would disagree!

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Wayne later added that he believes millennials aren’t racist because “it’s not cool to them.” We guess he isn’t counting frat boys who chant about lynching black people or most Donald Trump supporters?

Further proving how disconnected he is, the Lollipop rapper confirmed he is retired from music over his legal war with Birdman.

The 33-year-old explained that his cryptic tweets about retiring earlier this month were posted following a heated argument over his business relationship with Cash Money Records.

Though Wayne made it clear he wants to make music again — insisting he hasn’t yet reached the height of his career — he will never work with Birdman again, and considers himself retired until he’s paid back the millions he’s owed!

Yikes. Stay woke, not broke, Weezy!

Ch-ch-check out clips of Lil Wayne’s interview (below):

[Image via WENN.]

Sep 13, 2016 5:12pm PST

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