Flo Milli Responds to Critics of Her Remake of Lil Wayne’s ‘A Milli’

The rapper released the new track as a tribute to Weezy.

Flo Milli has a few words for online folks who weren’t fans of her version of Lil Wayne’s 2008 hit “A Milli.”

On Friday (July 21), the Alabama-born rapper released the video for “Flomix” in celebration of the 50th anniversary of hip-hop. The song is a tribute to the fellow southern rapper, however even fans of Milli weren’t high on her remix.

That said, some did enjoy Flo Milli’s “Flomix.”

Regardless, a day later, the rapper herself clapped back at those not fans of her latest drop.

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"[I] never said I was the female Wheezy, my last name is Carter - Tamia Carter to be exact the critics gone talk and so will I - "FLO MILLI " OUT NOW B***H," she began. "Back in the day when artists jumped on each others beats it was so cool and creative when I do it y’all mad."

One fan of “Flomix” was Lil Wayne himself, taking to his Instagram Story to shoutout the rapper by making a repost of Flo’s post and writing: "Love [Flo Milli]" while adding a call me hand emoji.

Milli also responded to Wayne’s co-sign.

Listen to Flo Milli’s “Flomix” below.

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