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A couple of days ago in San Clemente, California, Lil Wayne got some new ink on his face by a tattoo artist named Spider. The artist shared some pictures of his work with the following message:
“Couple pieces I did on my man Lil Wayne. A very hospitable and professional client, thanks Wayne!”
I am not too sure what these tattoos are of, so I will edit this post when official confirmation surfaces online, but it looks like Weezy got the Eye of Providence tattooed on his chin and “Mumma’s Boy” in Arabic tatted above his left eye. But like I said, I am not 100% certain.
You can view more photos of Tunechi‘s tatts after the jump below. What are your thoughts?
Sitting down for an interview with Vlad TV, Cali rapper Kurupt gives his thoughts on Lil Wayne‘s problems with Birdman and Cash Money Records for not letting him release his Tha Carter V album.
Kurupt, who called Weezy F Baby one of his favorite rappers earlier this year, didn’t know about this “beef” and after finding out about it from Vlad, he seemed pretty shocked by it! You can check out his reaction after the jump below.
In related news, Nicki Minaj recently spoke on why no one signed to YMCMB other than Tunechi should want to leave the label (listen here), as well as told the story of how Tune once called her up to tell her that she ain’t on Young Money no more and her verse will be removed off “Bed Rock” (watch here)!
The “Feature Friday” installment for this week is Nelly‘s “For My” song featuring two verses from Lil Wayne.
This Epperson-produced track appears on Nelly‘s debut studio album, Country Grammar, which was released back in 2000.
“Ain’t nothin’ sweet nigga, recognize the bloody clothes; Ready to represent the ‘Grove with two Calico’s”
You can listen to “For My” below. I have also included a funny vlog of Weezy F Baby complimenting Nelly!
We heard a radio rip of this T-Wayne collaboration last month, now here is the official CDQ version of T-Pain‘s “Let Me Through” single featuring Lil Wayne.
As well as sounding better, this new version of the song also includes an extra verse from Pain. There is still no word just yet on what project the DJ Montay-produced track will appear on.
You can stream the CDQ version of “Let Me Through” after the jump below, courtesy of XXL!
Big Sean Announces He Has A “Crazy Verse” From Lil Wayne, Talks Pusha T Asking Wayne To Sign With GOOD Music
Sitting down with Sway Calloway on Shade 45′s “Sway In The Morning” radio show, Big Sean announces that he has a “crazy verse” from Lil Wayne on his upcoming third solo studio album, due to be released in 2015.
Sean also discussed Pusha T asking Weezy F Baby to sign with GOOD Music, as well as mentioned that doing features with Weezy take “forever” to drop. As an example, he said “My Homies Still” was a year old before it was finally put out.
You can watch Big Sean‘s full interview with Sway in the clip after the jump below. Be sure to skip to the 17:25 mark if you want to head straight to the part were Sean talks about Tunechi!