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Almost a year after his first visit, Lil Wayne had a private skateboarding session at 5050 Skatepark in Staten Island, New York with Evan Hernandez and DJ Scoob Doo 2 weeks ago.
If you didn’t already know, 5050 Skatepark is New York’s only indoor skate park. You can check out some cool footage of Weezy and Evan skating after the jump below!
On the show, Tunechi revealed his favorite memory from playing college football in New Orleans, Louisiana back in the days.
You can see what Weezy remembers in the video after the jump below!
Charlie Puth Speaks On “Nothing But Trouble” Collaboration With Lil Wayne & Shooting The Video In Miami
Charlie Puth recently sat down with Tony Moras from Young Hollywood for an interview about working with Wiz Khalifa on “See You Again“, hanging out with Vin Diesel, his “Marvin Gaye” single, and working with Lil Wayne.
At the 6:20 mark of the conversation, which you can check out below, Charlie discussed how he came up with the chorus for his and Wayne‘s “Nothing But Trouble” collaboration, one year later Weezy wanting to jump on the song, and more.
Puth also spoke on him and Mr. Carter shooting the music video for “Nothing But Trouble” together in Miami and how it made him feel “like a G”, as well as “so much cooler”, because he was standing back to back with Tunechi and he could hear Tune rapping his parts!
Mass Appeal recently caught up with Curren$y around the same time he released his “Bottom Of The Bottle” single featuring Lil Wayne and August Alsina for an interview about the collaboration.
Spitta announced that he had just left a meeting with his label Atlantic Records for his upcoming Canal Street Confidential album, as well as revealed what the reception was like in the room when he played them “Bottom Of The Bottle“.
Also during the conversation, Curern$y also explained how “Bottom Of The Bottle” came about featuring his fellow New Orleans natives. You can watch the interview after the jump below! Do you think the song is a radio hit?
After appearing on the “First Take“ sports talk show on August 24th, Lil Wayne went and made an appearance on “College Football Live” while at the ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut.
During his appearance on the show, Weezy revealed that his favorite college football team is LSU Tigers and that he is really excited to see Leonard Fournette this season:
“That kid is everything right now. That kid is amazing. That kid is amazing, for real. I watched him in school, that kid is amazing. [He is who I am] most excited to see by far… by far.”
You can watch a clip of Tunechi on “College Football Live” after the jump below!