Lil Wayne's $20 million lawsuit against Universal Music Group has had to be put on hold until his case with Birdman has been resolved...
TMZ asked Lil Wayne what his thoughts were on Hillary Clinton referencing his lyrics in her speech while he was leaving...
MTV have revealed the nominations for this year's Video Music Awards and Lil Wayne picked up a nomination in the "Best Collaboration"...
On July 24th, Lil Wayne visited the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center in Cali to check out this year's "Dew Tour"...
According to a reader of LilWayneHQ.com who was in attendance, Lil Wayne performed 5 songs live before getting annoyed and leaving...
ESPN’s Cari Champion recently interviewed Birdman about his relationship with Lil Wayne for her “Be Honest” podcast, which you can check out after the jump below.
Baby revealed he is going to “heal” and “fix” the issues Tunechi has with him, not liking a lot of the things that Tune has been saying about him, and he will always “love” and “respect” him as a son.
The #1 Stunna also mentioned that he will never say anything negative about Wayne and promised to never finish the game without him as his son even if Weezy does leave Cash Money Records!
Lil Wayne Gives An Update On His Cash Money Situation, Talks Eminem, New Orleans Murders, New Group L.A.T & More
Lil Wayne rarely does interviews nowadays, but here is a new interview Wayne did on Saturday with Wild Wayne from New Orleans’ radio station Q93 to promote his upcoming second annual “Lil Weezyana Fest” taking place next weekend.
Throughout the 24-minute conversation, Weezy spoke on the first annual “Lil Weezyana Fest”, if he ever gets tired of rapping, the “new group” of rappers in today’s hip-hop game, Sqvad Up, Eminem, his “Gone ‘Til November” book, murders in his hometown including Toya Wright‘s brothers, how the ColleGrove album with 2 Chainz came about, and more.
Tunechi also revealed who exactly is signed to his Young Money record label, the status of his current situation with Birdman and Cash Money Records, and mentioned Flow and Kevin Gates have been replaced by himself and HoodyBaby to Gudda Gudda‘s L.A.T (Loyalty Amongst Thieves) group!
Drake Brings Out Lil Wayne During His “Summer Sixteen” Tour In Philadelphia, Calls Him “The God” [Videos]
Last night, Drake brought out Lil Wayne during his set at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for a stop on his “Summer Sixteen” tour.
Weezy came out to perform his chorus on “HYFR (Hell Ya Fuckin’ Right)” before then performing his “A Milli” and “Steady Mobbin’” songs live for the crowd.
You can check out some footage of Drizzy Drake bringing out his Young Money boss in Philly below. While talking to the crowd, Drizzy also called Wayne “The God” and revealed they will be announcing a part 2 of their “Drake vs. Lil Wayne” tour soon!
Next Saturday (August 27th), Lil Wayne‘s 2nd annual “Lil Weezyana Fest” will take place at Champions Square’s Bold Sphere Music in his hometown New Orleans, Louisiana.
We’ve known since the concert was announced that 2 Chainz will also be performing at the music festival, but the rest of the special guests have now been revealed.
Migos, Mystikal, Yo Gotti, and Partners N Crime will all be hitting the stage at this year’s “Lil Weezyana Fest“. If you have not yet copped your tickets for the show, click here to do so!
Toya Wright Talks Lil Wayne Supporting Her Through Her Family’s Tragedy & Why He Didn’t Attend The Funeral
When Lil Wayne had learned that Toya Wright‘s brothers had been shot to death inside a vehicle in New Orleans on July 31st, he jumped on a flight straight away to go and support her and her family including their daughter together, Reginae Carter.
In an exclusive interview with PEOPLE magazine, Weezy‘s ex-wife explained why it didn’t surprise her that he showed up as they are “still very, very close”, discussed her family needing his support, and revealed why he didn’t attend the funeral for Ryan “Rudy” Johnson and Joshua “Fish” Johnson.
You can read what Toya said after the jump below. The interview appears in the new issue of PEOPLE, which is available on newsstands today!
The “Feature Friday” installment for this week is Nelly Furtado‘s “Maneater” remix featuring Lil Wayne and Timbaland.
The song, which was produced by Timbaland, also appears on his Remix & Soundtrack Collection project that dropped back in 2007.
“Hi, my name is Wayne, I came to get paid and a lot of other miscellaneous things; Stand up guy, but came to get laid”
You can listen to the “Maneater” remix below!