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Lil Wayne Performs Live At Onondaga Community College In Syracuse, Shouts “Fuck Cash Money In They Ass” [Videos]

Lil Wayne Performs Live At Onondaga Community College In Syracuse, Shouts Fuck Cash Money In They Ass

The following day after performing at Old Dominion University in Virginia, Lil Wayne performed live at Onondaga Community College‘s SRC Arena & Events Center in Syracuse, New York on November 18th.

During his set, Weezy performed “I’m Goin’ In“, “Hustler Musik“, “I’m Me“, “Blunt Blowin’“, “Ride For My Niggas“, “Every Girl“, “No Problem“, “Steady Mobbin’“, “No Worries“, and more songs live.

Tune also told the crowd that he would give them a shout out, but he doesn’t know how to pronounce “Onondaga”, as well as shouted “Fuck Cash Money in they ass” before the leaving the stage.

You can check out some footage of Tunechi at the concert after the jump below!

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Lil Wayne Appears On “The Nine Club”, Announces New Project “Funeral” Coming Soon [Video]

Lil Wayne Appears On The Nine Club, Announces New Project Funeral

For episode 25 of “The Nine Club“, which you can watch after the jump below, Lil Wayne was the special guest and chopped it up with Chris Roberts, Roger Bagley and Kelly Hart for around 1 hour.

During their conversation, Weezy chatted about having Amazon’s Echo Alexa in his house, googling his net worth, why James Goldstein is a gangsta, playing Madden, FIFA and PGA Tour on consoles, supporting the Los Angeles Lakes and Green Bay Packers when being from New Orleans, and sitting courtside at the Lakers game with his son Cameron.

Tune also discussed how he first got into skateboarding, building his own skate park, getting noticed from fans while skating, working on a new video part, collaborating with other music artists, recording a feature every 2 days, how he got signed to Cash Money Records at such a young age, his deal with Samsung, who his favorite skaters are, breaking parts of his body while skating, Bumbu rum, and plenty more.

Towards to the end of the interview, Tunechi announced a new project called Funeral and let us fans know that there is currently no release date for it, but there is a lot of good news coming soon, so we should get our roses ready!

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Lil Wayne Hosts An After-Party In Houston With Jas Prince, Performs Live & Disses Cash Money [Videos]

Lil Wayne Hosts An After Party In Houston With Jas Prince, Performs Live & Disses Cash Money

On November 6th, Lil Wayne hosted an after-party for 93.7 The Beat and Bud Light’s 2016 “Beat Bash” concert at Engine Room nightclub in Houston, Texas.

Tunechi was joined at the club by Jas Prince, his father James Prince, Bun B, Mack Maine, Gudda Gudda, and others. During the show, Tune performed “I’m Me“, “No Worries“, “Rollin’“, “Steady Mobbin’“, and more songs live.

You can check out some footage of Wayne at Engine Room in Houston after the jump below. As you can see in the clips, Weezy also dissed Cash Money Records!

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Birdman Pulls The Plug On Meeting An Agreement With Lil Wayne After His Jay Z Shout Out

Birdman Pulls The Plug On Meeting An Agreement With Lil Wayne After Jay Z Shout Out

According to TMZ, Lil Wayne and Birdman were really close to settling their $51 million lawsuit, but the negotiations have now been called off.

TMZ sources reveal that Baby got mad when Weezy changed the lyrics on “I’m Meduring a recent show to say “Roc-A-Fella” instead of “Cash Money” as he has his own personal beef with Jay Z.

Birdman is also feeling too much disrespect when Tunechi shouts “fuck Cash Money” and tells the record label to suck his dick during his concerts, and so he has decided to pull the plug on meeting an agreement with Tune!

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Lil Wayne Throws Up The Roc Sign & Switches Lyrics From Cash Money To Roc-A-Fella During “I’m Me” Performance

Lil Wayne Throws Up The Roc Sign & Switches Lyrics From Cash Money To Roc-A-Fella During Im Me Performance

Lil Wayne performed live during Tyler, The Creator’s 2016 Camp Flog Gnaw carnival at the Exposition Park in Los Angeles, California on November 12th.

During his set, Weezy performed his “I’m Me” song live, but with a few changes. Instead of rapping “I’m a motherfuckin’ Cash Money millionaire”, he switched up the lyrics to say “I’m a motherfuckin’ Roc-A-Fella millionaire”:

I know that ain’t fair, but I don’t care, I’m a motherfuckin’ ROC millionaire
I know that ain’t fair, but I don’t care, I’m a motherfuckin’ Roc-A-Fella millionaire, nigga!

Could this be a hint that Tunechi will be signing to his idol Jay Z and his Roc-A-Fella Records label when he leaves Birdman and Cash Money Records? If you want another hint, Tune was also spotted throwing up the Roc sign during his ColleGrove show at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California on November 10th.

You can check out Mr. Carter throwing up the Roc Nation sign in the picture above, courtesy of Joe Moore, and see some footage of his “I’m Me” live performance after the jump below! Wayniacs, would you like to see Wayne sign with Jay?

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Master P Says: “Lil Wayne Is Worth So Much Money With The Right Coach” & “With The Wrong Coach His Career Might Be Over”

Master P Says Lil Wayne Is Worth So Much Money With The Right Coach & With The Wrong Coach His Career Might Be Over

In an interview with Revolt, which you can see below, Master P shared his thoughts on the current Lil Wayne/Young Money vs. Birdman/Cash Money feud.

The No Limit Records founder compared the situation to going through a divorce, as well as when he signed Snoop Dogg back in 1998 while Death Row was falling apart.

P also explained that he thinks Wayne “is worth so much money with the right coach”, but with the wrong coach he thinks “his career might be over”. He even mentioned that if he was starting a record label over from scratch, he would sign Weezy to it!

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