Carter v. Carter: Lil Wayne and Jay-Z's Complicated History

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Vibe, September 2008

Jay again embraces Wayne in this interview with Vibe — but also kind of sons him a bit at the same time: “You should embrace the next generation. In hip hop, you always fight the next person coming because that peson wants your spot,” he said. “He first approached me as a fan. When he felt like he was close enough, he was like, ‘Maybe I can take his head off’ [laughs] — which is natural. I think he really is a fan of mine. I think he really loves the sh-- that I’ve done. But as a person, as a competitor that’s only natural. There was a time when Kobe was like, I think I can take Mike. I admire that in a way.…The public has him in line next, and for me to say he’s not in line next would be foolish. That’s what the public says, so why not?”

(Photo: Vibe Magazine)

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