|Single by Lil Wayne featuring Bobby Valentino|
|from the album Tha Carter III|
|Released||September 9, 2008|
|Format||CD, digital download, airplay|
|Genre||Hip hop, R&B|
|Length||4:47 (Main/Album Version)
3:56 (Clean Radio Edit)
4:35 (Video Mix)
|Label||Cash Money, Universal Motown|
|Writer(s)||Dwayne Carter, Jr., Robert Wilson, Darius Harrison, Curtis Stewart|
"Mrs. Officer" is the fourth and final single from Lil Wayne's album Tha Carter III. Its lyrics explore the sexual tension between male criminal suspects and female police officers; it goes so far as to reference the famous rap single "Fuck tha Police" (though in the most literal sense). The song features Bobby Valentino and Kidd Kidd, and is produced by Deezle. The song officially debuted on September 9, 2008 It was ranked the No. 25 Hip-Hop song of 2008 by MTV.
Music video 
The video was released on October 31, 2008. The last verse of Mrs. Officer, with Kidd Kidd and Bobby Valentino, is cut off and replaced with the first verse from "Comfortable", another track off Tha Carter III which features R&B artist Babyface. Lil Wayne plays the lucky victim, being searched by the female cop (Tammy Torres) an hour after leaving the "A Milli" video shoot. In contrast, Bobby Valentino plays an officer, detaining several women. The "Comfortable" segment of the video is the continuation of "Mrs. Officer" where Lil Wayne and the female officer are living together and for most of the segment argue late in the night on an open street. This segment of the song also contains lines referencing Beyoncé's "Irreplaceable". Cameos were made Birdman, and Young Money Entertainment artist Mack Maine, & Jae Millz.
Chart performance 
"Mrs. Officer" debuted at No. 16 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it the seventh song to chart on the Hot 100 from Tha Carter III. The song peaked at No. 16, making it Wayne's fourth top twenty hit on the Billboard Hot 100 from the album. It rapidly ascended the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, reaching No. 5, becoming his fourth top ten single on that chart from the album.
|New Zealand (RIANZ)||12|
|UK Singles (Official Charts Company)||57|
|US Billboard Hot 100||16|
|US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (Billboard)||5|
|US Pop Songs (Billboard)||34|
|US Rap Songs (Billboard)||3|
Sales and certifications 
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