Lil Wayne is a falling star in the rap game. Six years ago, he was considered one of the top lyricists alive. Those days are long gone. Now he’s making more enemies than music and lesser artists are coming at him with no restraint. Count Pitbull, as the latest rapper to turn him into a punchline in his latest freestyle over Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” beat:

“I’m self-made, I’m self-paid / I grew up with no daddy, I’m from Miami-Dade/ It’s a deposition / Watch what you speak / Who’s the definition of Miami? Me / I move cultures, don’t believe me? / Watch and see.”

“You got money, yeah that’s sweet / But we all know Slim and Baby really eat / You talk Miami, yes you talkin’ Heat / Moral of the story, don’t shit where you eat.”

Wayne suggested he was considering an early retirement last November but the time may have come to either et aside his career permanently or retire the skinny jeans and get back in the studio. You gettin' dragged through the mud over a fake Harlem Shake beat brah.