Lil Uzi says he can say what he wants.
In an unreleased song previewed at Rolling Loud, Lil Uzi rapped "make a City Girl believe in Satan." The lyrics has since had people questioning if Uzi was referring to his relationship with 1/2 of the City Girls, JT.
Summer Walker, who has previously collab’d with JT, shared the viral clip via her Instagram and questioned the intent of the lyrics. “I be genuinely curious have these people ever seen or heard a demon before…?” she asked.
“She continued, “I feel like if you have [encountered a demon] you’d stop playin’,” she expressed. “Really nothing funny or cute about it. May God be with y’all.”
TMZ caught up with and asked him about the lyrics. “Not actually Satan, but just basically, I make a girl do whatever I say so.” He also said that his girl, JT, “didn’t think too much of it” regarding the lyrics.
“I just say whatever I want in my songs. It’s just like my freedom of speech,” he said. “I come from a real religious household, but I just like, me finding living my life and being, like, I guess ‘an adult,’ I kind of just say, you know, anything I want to say.”
He goes on to say that he didn't mean to offend anybody with his lyrics. “Even if I offend people, I don’t mean to offend people, but if they don’t like it, they have the option to turn it off.”