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By now everyone has heard Lil Wayne's shot at Jay-Z on "It's Good."
Various fans and critics are weighing in with their take on this diss record, which was a response to a Jay-Z diss on "H.A.M."
One of those critics is the always talkative Charlamagne Tha God, of Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club.
Charlamagne awarded Lil Wayne with the Donkey of the Day Award for the way he came at Hov.
"Talk about baby money, I got your baby money/
Kidnap your b*tch get that how much you love your lady money/ I know you fake n*gga, press your brakes n*gga/ I'll take you out, that's a date n*gga," Wayne raps on the song.
"I bet ya'll think that line was hot -- that was trash, garbage," Charlamagne said in response to the verse. "I might have respected that line if he would have dropped it months ago when 'H.A.M.' first dropped, but to do it months later... five days before your album is being released is a sucker move. 'Tha Carter IV' has a so-so buzz, nothing like 'Tha Carter III' buzz and YMCMB knows this so they decided to stir up some water to see if they could catch some fish. That shot should have came with a promotional use only sticker," he continued. "Jay-Z hit 'em with a factual line. He told those cats they don't have his lady money. That's a fact, they don't have money like Beyonce. Wayne responds by talking about kidnapping his lady and holding her for ransom? Come on Wayne, you could have come up with a line way wittier, talk that big boy talk.... act like you're a boss. Challenge the champ to a battle for real if you feel you're built like that. But coming with this fictional 'I'll kidnap your lady and hold her ransom.' You're not doing none of that Lil Wayne. And 5 days before your album drops, you should be beyond publicity stunts at this point in your career. MC Wayne, Gusto's album 'CB4' will be in stores Monday."