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Reginae Carter hits back as fans debate between Lil Wayne and Lil Baby over who’s better

Reginae Carter hits back as fans debate between Lil Wayne and Lil Baby over who’s better

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Reginae Carter isn’t seeing a rapper outshine her dad, Lil Wayne, anytime soon. For years, the Louisiana native has topped countless lists trying to organize rappers based on their discographies, chart hits, and overall influence on hip-hop music.

So it’s not surprising that the “Best Rapper Alive” artist’s eldest child stepped in for him as fans debated, “Who goes harder, Prime Lil Wayne or Current Lil Baby?” The divisive question was answered by My Mixtapez on January 3 asked.

'I've never seen him so serious': Lil Wayne's confused expression after misinterpreting who Reginae Carter called 'Daddy' sent fans freaking outLil Wayne and Reginae. (Photo: @itsreginae/Instagram)

“It’s not even a debate… Lil Wayne rapped over people’s beats and made you forget the original song,” one fan wrote.

It’s not even a debate… Lil Wayne rapped over people’s beats and made you forget the original song 😂😂

– Ricky West (@RickyWestTattoo) January 4, 2023

Another commented: “Currently Lil Baby, substance in his rhymes that will benefit youth. I haven’t heard anyone rhyme with so many gems since Tupac or AZ.”

Current Lil Baby, substance in his rhymes that will benefit youth. I haven’t heard anyone rhyme with so many gems since Tupac or AZ

— CJ LlewoP (@CjLlewop) January 4, 2023

A third person suggested: “Even Lil Baby would say Wayne is the one [goat emoji].”

Even Lil Baby would say Wayne is the 🐐 😂

— GHOST Tanzer (@Tanzer) January 4, 2023

Reginae weighed three days later. She wrote: “‘KEEP MY FATHER’S NAME OUT OF YOUR MOUTH’ [laughing emojis] No, y’all gotta stop comparing my dad to the new kids on the block… gotta stop! Everyone is super talented and dope! Let them have their course and time will tell… but let this marathon, Wayne assumed…”

At this point, Lil Wayne is a music industry veteran with more than three decades of hits under his belt. The fan-favorite lyricist recently hit a career milestone that few artists have achieved: Diamond status. In early December 2022, his single “Lollipop” was certified Diamond by the RIAA, meaning it sold more than 10,000,000 copies. The hit song was released on Wayne’s 2008 album Tha Carter III. The five-time Grammy winner confirmed he will soon end his new musical drought with the release of the highly anticipated “Tha Carter VI.”

In October, “Love & Hip Hop” personality Benzino declared that Lil Baby is the Tupac of this generation. “He’s really funny and funny[h] the s**ts & talks that street talk, but he also raps about positive elevation & change (like Pac). He never swears online, helps his people, raps about it, and you can see his maturity not only on the mic but in real life. He’s the Pac of this generation,” he wrote in a series of tweets applauding the Atlanta native.

I’ve been this generation’s rapper close to hip hop since day & 1 @lilbaby4PF is the most influential and important at that time. He likes that PAC’s influence can help elevate young black men to take their lives off the streets and into a better life. He is particularly familiar to me, I know..

— Benzino (@IAMBENZINO) December 1, 2022

..he’s really into and with the shit and the talk that’s talked on the street, but he also raps about positive uplift and change (like Pac), he never goes online, helps his people and raps about it, and man can see his maturity, not only on the mic but in real life he is the pac of this generation.

— Benzino (@IAMBENZINO) December 1, 2022

That same month, Lil Baby released his third studio album, Only Me. Later this month on January 28, the rapper makes his Saturday Night Live debut when he appears as a musical guest while Michael B. Jordan serves as host.

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