Matt Bevin, the Governor of Kentucky, is clearly not a big fan of Lil Wayne. During the halftime of the college football National Championship game, vanilla rock group Imagine Dragons performed and invited Weezy to join them on stage. The rapper performed his track "Uproar" before joining them for a verse on their new collaboration "Believer." Bevin, obviously not a fan of his performance, posted on Twitter to share his opinion.
"Way to ruin an entertaining @Imaginedragons half-time concert with the weird rantings of a tired, has-been like @LilTunechi," he tweeted. "One act still rising... The other, not so much." From the way he directly sent his tweet at Wayne, it's evident he was trying to provoke a reaction. While Tunechi himself hasn't responded yet, his fans aren't going to let this one go.
Upon posting the tweet, Bevin was immediately met with hundreds of replies from Weezy fans defending their favorite rapper. "This 'try to be Trump' look isn't a good one," one user said in response, while another simply wrote, "Imagine me draggin' deez nutz across yo face."
While the performance didn't get rave reviews, it's safe to say Bevin won't be getting many votes from Weezy fans in the future.