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Family Guy Reference Lil Wayne In Their “Baking Bad” Episode [Video]

Family Guy Reference Lil Wayne In Their Baking Bad Episode

Last night, the premiere of Family Guy‘s season 13 episode 3 called “Baking Bad” premiered on television. During this episode, there was a Lil Wayne reference (and possibly an insult) made by Stewie Griffin after Brian Griffin gives him a capful of cough syrup.

“Oh, so this is what Lil Wayne keeps almost dying from.”

I know The Cleveland Show has referenced Weezy F Baby a few times in their show, but as far as I am aware, this is the first time that Weezy has been mentioned in Family Guy. You can watch the clip from last night below!

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Ab-Soul Raps Along To Lil Wayne’s “We Pimpin’, Y’all Simpin’” Song [Video]

Ab-Soul Raps Along To Lil Wayne We Pimpin Yall Simpin

A few days ago, Top Dawg Entertainment’s Ab-Soul released episode 1 of his “These Days Tour” vlog that was directed by Slick Jackson, which you can check out below.

Near the end of this video at the 4:10 mark, the West Coast rapper can be seen rapping along every word to Lil Wayne‘s “We Pimpin’, Y’all Simpin’” song. If you are not familiar with this track, it can be found on the Young Money The Mixtape Vol. 1 mixtape that dropped back in 2005.

I guess it’s cool to see Ab-Soul is a fan of Weezy F Baby. The Black Hippy member has also referenced Weezy in a couple of his songs that you can see here!

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Chief Keef Releases A Song Dedicated To Lil Wayne

Chief Keef Releases A Song Dedicated To Lil Wayne

While it’s a quiet weekend, I’ve decided to post up this new Chief Keef song called “Wayne” off his upcoming mixtape Back From The Dead 2, which I guess is some sort of a dedication to Lil Wayne.

It’s not the easiest thing in the world to understand Keef‘s lyrics, but from what I hear on the track he is giving props to Tunechi, Birdman, Mack Maine, Young Money, and Cash Money.

Chief Keef previously referenced Weezy F Baby on a record titled “Murda” back in 2012: “Smoking Weezy feeling Gucci on that We Be Steady Mobbin’”.

You can stream and download the “Wayne” dedication after the jump below!

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Capone-N-Noreaga Discuss Lil Wayne Shouting Them Out On “Believe Me” [Video]

Capone N Noreaga Discuss Lil Wayne Shouting Them Out On Believe Me

Capone-N-Noreaga recently stopped by Hot 97 to appear on their “The Morning Show” and chop it up with Ebro, Peter Rosenberg, and Laura Stylez.

During their conversation, the duo from Queens in New York City discussed receiving a shout out from Lil Wayne on his “Believe Me” single.

“Drop dead gorgeous, but the bitch ain’t dyin’ for a nigga; Where the real queens at? Shout out Capone-N-Noreaga”

Capone tells the story of how his 9-year-old daughter heard the shout out and went crazy, as well as how the shout out made him and N.O.R.E. more relevant: “Weezy made us hot again”.

Noreaga explained that the shout out means a lot to him, because he see’s Tunechi and his people a lot when they are in Miami and a few days before “Believe Me” was released, they were chilling and Tune never even mentioned it. He also calls it one of the dopest shout outs he has ever had on a song.

You can watch Capone-N-Noreaga‘s full interview in the video after the jump below. Be sure to forward it to the 21:00 mark to skip to the Wayne shout out question!

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WWE Superstar R-Truth Says Lil Wayne & 2Pac Are His Biggest Musical Inspirations

Professional wrestler and rapper Ronald Aaron Killings, who is better known by his stage name R-Truth, chops it up with Alicia Fox for “WWE Insider” in the clip above.

During this interview, R-Truth mentions that Lil Wayne and 2Pac are his biggest musical inspirations because when he is not in the ring, his true passion is for music. He also shows off his home studio and freestyles for the camera.

In other news, don’t forget that Weezy F Baby will be attending the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards in California later tonight, which will begin at 9PM EST!