Jim Jones actually needed to struggle Lil Wayne over his “Make It Rain” hit with Fats Joe.
Rapper and document govt, Jim Jones, was lately chatting it up on The Joe Budden Podcast when he revealed he needed to struggle Lil Wayne in 2006 over the monitor “Make It Rain.” “I needed to f**ok Weezy up over that document, man,” mentioned Jim Jones about ‘Climate Man,’ after recalling how the late Stack Bundles requested him to get Wayne on the monitor.
“However Weezy’s my brother, you understand I really like him to demise,” Jones continues. “However Weezy did some wacky sh*t when it got here to that document. Keep in mind he had a document with Fats Joe known as ‘Make It Rain On ‘Em’? That was our hook. Now go take heed to that document, after which pull up ‘Climate Man.’”
On Jim Jones Monitor “Climate Man,” Lil Wayne does the hook and raps: “I’m the climate man with that cash, I make it rain on ‘em Climate man with that paper, I make it rain on ’em. Nonetheless ballin after the hurricane, I’m the climate man with that cash. I make it rain on ’em.”
Whereas on Fats Joe’s “Make It Rain,” Wayne raps, “I’m on this b-tch with the Terror. Bought a handful of stacks, higher seize an umbrella. I make it rain, I make it rain (oh!) make it rain on them ho_s. I make it rain, I make it rain (oh!) I make it rain on them h*es.”
Jones had made it clear he was able to go to warfare with Lil Wayne; nevertheless, his Dipset cohort Juelz Santana, who was as soon as rumored to be doing an album with Wayne, ensured the peace was stored. Joe Budden did say Jones had a proper to be upset since due to Wayne’s enter on “Make It Rain,” it grew to become an enormous hit for Fats Joe, peaking at No. 13 on the Billboard Sizzling 100, and was licensed gold.
Though there gave the impression to be some unhealthy blood between Jones and Wayne over “Climate Man,” Lil Wayne has loved a very good relationship with the Dipset crew. He has collaborated on tracks with Jones, Santana, and Cam’ron since then.