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Pitbull to Lil Wayne: Stop Eating "Pinga," Drops "Harlem Shake" Freestyle

Con los terroristas Cubanitos...

Get it straight: When it comes to Miami-Dade County, Pitbull will "ride for [his] motherfuckin' clique, die for [his] motherfuckin' clique," and "bust heads with [his] motherfuckin' clique." And if you "talk shit, watch [his] shit go click."

He's not kidding. It's not just a "305 Anthem"; it's a promise he made to us on his debut record, M.I.A.M.I.

And today, Pit proved he's tremendo pinguo when he took a shit on Lil Wayne for talking smack about Miami via a new "Harlem Shake" Freestyle dis track.

Listen and download "Welcome to Dade County" after the cut.

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"I'm self-made, I'm self-paid/I grew up with no daddy, I'm from Miami-Dade," Pit flows on the on the track. "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."

Without mentioning Weezy Weasel by name, Pitbull reminds the washed-up MC that it's best to not "shit where you eat."

"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."

However, the best line of the song can be found in Pit's bilingual outro, where Armandito tells Lil Wayne Lame to do him a favor: "Para de comer tanta pinga."

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