Kentucky Governor Slams Lil Wayne as a 'Has-Been'

Kentucky’s Governor Matt Bevin doesn’t assume too fondly Lil Wayne.

After the Alabama-Clemson halftime present final Monday, Kentucky’s Governor, Matt Bevin, tweeted the next message.

During the half-time present, Lil Wayne had carried out alongside pop band Imagine Dragons.  They launched a brand new remix the group’s 2017 hit, ‘Believer.’

The criticism got here instantly following the efficiency.  Lil Wayne and Imagine Dragons have made the one obtainable for streaming throughout a number of platforms.

The efficiency additionally got here months after the rapper dropped his newest album, Tha Carter V.

In a three-star album overview, NME criticized Lil Wayne’s inventive capability.

During the band’s profession, Imagine Dragons has earned a number of Grammy nods for his or her 2012 single, ‘Radioactive.’  Their 2013 debut album turned the fourth best-selling LP within the US.

On social media, the rapper’s followers got here to his protection.

Lambasting Bevin, Nick Locher, West Kentucky University’s soccer pupil assistant coach, wrote,

The Kentucky governor doesn’t take pleasure in an excessive amount of reputation within the US, not like Lil Wayne and Imagine Dragons.  The Louisville Courier-Journal just lately carried out a survey, naming Bevin the fourth-least well-liked governor within the US.

Years after his election, Bevin ranted about how he would sort out bureaucratic purple tape.

Only 25% accepted his efficiency as governor.  55% folks polled disapproved.


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