Listen: Lil Wayne Supports the Green Bay Packers With 'Green and Yellow'

Rapper declares that he is a cheesehead in new freestyle based on Wiz Khalifa track

February 3, 2011 10:40 AM ET
Listen: Lil Wayne Supports the Green Bay Packers With 'Green and Yellow'
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Following in the footsteps of Wiz Khalifa, who declared his love for the Pittsburgh Steelers in "Black and Yellow" and the Los Angeles Lakers in his remix "Purple and Yellow," Lil Wayne has thrown his support to the Steelers' Super Bowl opponents the Green Bay Packers in his new track "Green and Yellow." Even if you are a diehard Steelers fan you should probably listen if just to hear Weezy refer to himself as a cheesehead.

Lil Wayne's "Green & Yellow"

Lil Wayne – Green & Yellow [2DopeBoyz]

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