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As it is #ThrowbackThursday today, here is a rare Lil Wayne interview with Playboy magazine that appeared in the “Dirty Dozen” section of one of their 2009 issues.
In their conversation, Weezy discussed everything from losing his virginity at the age of 11-years-old, bedroom skills, most memorable sexual experience, celebrity crush he wants to have sexual intercourse with, safe sex, having naughty fun on an airplane, and fivesomes.
Tunechi also talked about the most orgasms he’s had in a 24-hour period, his favorite part of the female anatomy, if he has ever used drugs to enhance his experience in the bedroom, if he has recorded a song while having sex, and more. You can read Tune‘s full interview with Playboy below!
Turk recently sat down with RealLyfe Productions for an interview that you can check out down below.
During their conversation, Turk reflected on his recent interview with Drink Champs and all of statements he made in his appearance.
The YNT founder went into more detail about why he said Gillie Da Kid lied about writing for Lil Wayne, both of them nearly signing to Master P (No Limit), hearing Wayne‘s “I Miss My Dawgs” track for the very first time, and more.
Also in Turk‘s 2-hour convo with RealLyfe Productions, he talked about if there will ever be a Hot Boys reunion, filming the Baller Blockin movie back in 2000, recovering from heroin, and shared his honest thoughts about Birdman‘s Lifestyle Chukka Boot line with Lugz Footwear!
Reginae Carter was the recent special guest on season 2 episode 1 of Cam Newton‘s “Funky Friday” series in Atlanta.
During her 1 hour plus conversation with the American football quarterback, Reginae discussed what it is like being the daughter of Lil Wayne and how that affected her growing up.
Also in their interview, which you can watch below, Nae Nae spoke on her father’s music catalog, Wayne influencing so many other careers, getting her own money, female rap music, dating as a Gen Z, loyalty, her former relationship with YFN Lucci, and much more!
For his 40th birthday on September 27th, Lil Wayne was honored by the National Museum of African American Music with his own exhibit in Nashville, Tennessee.
Students could attend the NMAAM event, which had live music and virtual voice notes playing from Tunechi, and record themselves singing and rapping along to Tune‘s lyrics in the Rap Booth.
Wayne provided the exhibit with a few of his personal items, such as his “I Am Hip-Hop” award that he received from the BET Awards, a handwritten letter he wrote while in Rikers Island, his “Rap Album Of The Year” award from the GRAMMYs, one of his original Tha Block Is Hot physical albums, and more.
In a statement to VIBE, you can see what both Weezy and H. Beecher Hicks III, who is the President and CEO of NMAAM, had to say about this event below:
Lil Wayne: “I’m very grateful to work with NMAAM and show students how Hip-Hop has been so influential on the culture. Shout out to NMAAM for all the birthday love.”
H. Beecher Hicks III: “We are thrilled to honor and feature Lil Wayne and start our relationship with such a generous donation. On the heels of Mr. Carter expressing his interest in partnering with us, we found out that ten years ago, he became the first male artist to surpass Elvis Presley with the most entries on the Billboard Hot 100, with 109 songs. What better way to celebrate his 40th than by commemorating his accomplished career with an exhibit to honor over 25 years of impacting the music we listen to and the multiple genres he has shaped, along with the story we tell here at NMAAM.”
You can check out a personal video from Lil Wayne and some photos from this exhibit, courtesy of a longtime visitor of this website, Zak Robertson, after the jump below. Mr. Carter is also the first hip-hop artist to support the museum and donate his personal items for educational use!
Later this year on Saturday, December 3rd, Lil Wayne is putting on a live concert in Rio Rancho.
Tunechi, Kid Ink, Jacquees, Ice Spice, J.I., and more music artists are set to perform live at the Rio Rancho Events Center in New Mexico.
If you wish to attend this Paragon Entertainment-presented show and see Weezy perform, click here to order your tickets online! Are you planning to go?