If you haven’t heard it by now, Dej Loaf recently dropped her new, sensual visual for her song “Me, U & Hennessy.” The video features the Detroit rapper showing a lot more skin than usual, but we’re not complaining at all. After we stopped drooling over her slim figure while rocking a sexy bikini in the video, Lil Wayne can be heard spitting the beginning of his verse for the official remix. Recently, Dej Loaf spoke about the collaboration and felt some type of way when she first heard Weezy’s verse. Find out how she really feels after the jump!

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Dej Loaf’s new visual for “Me, U & Hennessy” has been breaking necks all over the nation. The Detroit femcee strips down to her bare necessities while sippin’ on that Henny all day and night on the beach. Recently, Loaf chopped it up with XXL about the song as well the official remix featuring Lil Wayne. It’s no surprise that the Young Money CEO would hop on a song about the popular cognac. However, Dej was more than shocked when she heard his verse for the first time.

“I was going crazy,” Def told XXL. “I was like, ‘Wow, he really did it. This crazy.’ I knew he was going to do it just the way he did it. It’s really like a personal song. Some songs don’t need to be touched sometimes, and if it was going to be touched, I wanted it to be great. So he did a great job.”

The “Try Me” spitter also spoke about all the criticism she received after the video dropped. Loaf explained that she was all for the sensual approach for the visual, but some of her fans weren’t used to seeing her that way saying that the industry might have changed her. But she says that’s not the case at all.

“I only did it because I wanted to do it,” Dej Loaf adds. “I felt comfortable. And everything I do, I do it because I want to do it. You know, people are being like, ‘Oh, they got her doing this now, the industry changed her,’ and it’s like, ‘No.’ [Laughs] They just think it’s just all this crazy Illuminati-type shit. Like, I did it because I wanted to do it. I just wanted to switch it up. And you’re going to see more of it, too. It’s not the first and it’s not the last time.”

Watch Def Loaf’s new video below.

Source: XXL