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DJ Stevie J celebrated his birthday by hosting various events over five days last month. Lil Wayne joined him at two of these events, which were Dream Nightclub on Saturday, February 21st and LIV nightclub on Sunday, February 22nd.
You can watch Weezy party with Stevie and get up on the mic at both nightclubs in the video after the jump below. If you don’t fancy watching the full clip, just go to the 4:10 and 7:35 marks to see Tunechi.
Also included in DJ Stevie J‘s birthday celebration vlog is footage from his charity basketball tournament, as well as appearances from Young Money artists, 2 Chainz, Troy Ave, O.T. Genasis, and others!
If you remember a few years back, Lil Wayne was supposed to release a book through Grand Central Publishing called “Gone Till November“, which would include journals that he wrote while locked up behind bars at Rikers Island for 8 months in 2010.
Celebrity gossip website TMZ have managed to obtain a few pages of the memoir, so hopefully it is about to finally be released. TMZ reveal that Weezy discusses feeling proud of himself for making his own dinner, a guy below him yelling “fuck you Weezy” all night, guards coming in his cell to check his nut sack, and more.
One of the main subjects that Tunechi opened up about in his book was that Drake had paid a visit to him to let him know that he had sex with his girl at the time: “Yeah, it’s true. Don’t fuck with her like that cause I did fuck her.”
During a recent interview with The Redhands Podcast, Gillie Da Kid spoke on first meeting Birdman and Lil Wayne, being an artist on Cash Money Records, and more.
Gillie confirmed that him and Weezy have no problems anymore and that he is open to work with him again. If you didn’t know, they had beef and sent shots to each other a few times during the years 2003 to 2010.
The Philadelphia rapper also explained that he feels Tunechi‘s pain right now and knows what he is going through with his current issues at Cash Money, as well as wishes him the best.
You can listen to the audio below!
Even though he couldn’t make The Complex in St. Louis on March 14th, Lil Wayne managed to attend the Comcast Ventures party at Coppertank Events Center during 2015 SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas.
Weezy came on stage after T.I.‘s set and performed for 45 minutes, which included songs such as “Lollipop“, “Truffle Butter“, “She Will“, “A Milli“, “Blunt Blowin’“, and more.
You can view some more pictures of Tunechi performing at the SXSW event after the jump below!
Paul says that he is surprised Weezy and Baby‘s relationship has lasted this long, because being a part of a rap crew is tough and never lasts forever.
He also believes that Tunechi went public in wanting to get away from the #1 Stunna and Cash Money, because he more than likely tried the sit-down and talking way, but that didn’t work out!
Big Sean recently sat down with AOL BUILD at their headquarters in New York City for an interview. One of the questions that Sean was asked was how he felt about Lil Wayne‘s verse on their “Deep” collaboration.
The Detroit rapper recited parts from Tunechi‘s verse and told the story of how Tune called him up after the song was completed to tell Big Sean that he thinks he is going to be “one of the greats”.
“You can’t talk about rap music and not mention Lil Wayne, you know he changed the game.”
You can watch the short interview in the clip below!