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label, the status of his current situation with Birdman and Cash Money Records, and mentioned Flow and Kevin Gates have been replaced by himself and HoodyBaby to Gudda Gudda‘s L.A.T (Loyalty Amongst Thieves) group!
Thanks to Chief Sheek for the heads up!