If you're planning on buying Young Thug’s upcoming mixtape, Carter 6, Lil Wayne has a message for you: don’t do it. In a video captured during Weezy's show last night (April 9), the rapper addresses Thugger’s controversial tape, which many fans believe is disrespectful.

In the clip, Tunechi was performing at the show when he stops his set and takes a moment to share his thoughts on Young Thug's upcoming project. “Y’all let him know I said, “F--- him,” he told the crowd. “To go even further, I want y’all to do me favor, and stop listening to songs of n----s that post naked pictures on their album covers.”

Obviously, Wayne is referring to Young Thug’s mixtape cover in which he appears to be naked with the Carter Six title written horizontally below his waist. Some fans think this is a subliminal shot at Weezy and his oft-delayed Tha Carter V album while others believe the rhymer is paying homage.

Some are speculating that the artwork was Birdman’s idea -- he's currently managing the 300 Entertainment signee. As you already know, Wayne is suing Cash Money Records for $51 million for breach of contract.

Young Thug’s Carter 6 mixtape is dropping on Tuesday (April 17). Are you going to cop Thugger’s effort or are you going pass on it? Tell us in the comments below.

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