First, let me just open by saying how genuinely confused I am that ESPN hasn’t sued Fox Sports yet. I mean, I have little, nay, zero education on law, especially copyright law. But, I mean, holy hell, is anyone seeing what Fox Sports is pulling? Their new Skip Bayless-led show, Undisputed, is a carbon copy of ESPN’s First Take. Both feature an annoying shriveled white dude and an outspoken black dude. Both shows try and create buzzworthy, click-bait headlines. Hell, even the graphics they use are strikingly similar.
Anyway, Undisputed has obviously had to pull in some big names to gain so momentum, so who better to bring on than the biggest rapper of 2010, Lil Wayne? While Lil Wayne is nowhere near the rapper he used to be, he is still one of the most respected, and well-liked, rappers in the game. Even non-Wayne fans have been able to sympathize with his ongoing situation with his record label, Cash Money, and it’s CEO,
This morning on Undisputed, Wayne addressed the situation:
Say what you will about the guy, but he seems like a genuine dude who just wants to make music. He’s got all the money in the world, anyway.