Just a day after his Jay-Z diss 'It's Good' hit the 'net, Lil Wayne discussed the song with Vibe, claiming that he is unconcerned about potential repercussions, and does not expect a response from Hov.

On the Drake and Jadakiss-featuring track, Weezy flipped the "Baby money/Lady's money," taunt Jay tossed out in 'H.A.M.,' subbing in Beyonce for Birdman for collateral. "Talkin' about baby money, I got your baby money/ Kidnap your bitch, get that how much you love your lady money," Wayne spit. "I know you fake n----, press your brakes n----/ I'll take you out, that's a date, n----."

"I know there won't be any repercussions behind what I did," Wayne confidently revealed. "I know for a fact music is about perception. You can't do anything but perceive what you hear. I know that for a fact. So I can't ever be upset about someone's reaction."

Weezy, who rhymes with unconscious dexterity and abandon, continued to explain that his response was carefully calculated, but ultimately just another song in his extensive catalog.

"I'm not going to say I don't know what would happen before I even say [something on record]," he concluded. "I do know what will happen. I'm aware of it. But it is what it is."

Wayne's interview is scheduled to run in its entirely in the upcoming Oct./Nov. issue of Vibe. His highly anticipated new album 'Tha Carter IV' will be released digitally on Sunday (August 28).