Skip Bayless Explains More About A Good Deed Lil Wayne Did To Help One Of His Best Friend’s Son Beat Cancer At A Young Age [Video]
Back in May, Skip Bayless first mentioned that Lil Wayne did a good deed for one of his best friends Craig Humphreys’ son, Sam Humphreys, who was battling testicular cancer at the young age of 21-years-old by going out of his way and giving him a pep talk for support.
After appearing on “UNDISPUTED” last month, Skip thanked Wayne for appearing on the show between concerts on his current tour with Blink-182 and for helping Sam beat cancer. He also added that Weezy gave Sam VIP treatment at his Los Angeles show on August 8th and gave him a shout out which ended in him getting a standing ovation from the sold-out crowd.
In other news, Lil Wayne also gifted the hots of “UNDISPUTED” (Skip Bayless, Jenny Taft and Shannon Sharpe) with some special gifts for allowing him to be on the sports show so often – a bit of bling. You can see a picture of Wayne and Sam Humphreys backstage at the L.A. concert above and see the videos of Bayless giving a heartfelt thank you to Tunechi, as well as showing off the gifts from Tune below!
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Check out Skip Bayless give a heartfelt thank you to Lil Wayne for helping his best friend's son, Sam Humphreys, beat testicular cancer at a young age! . #lilwayne #skipbayless #samhumphreys #craighumphreys #undisputed #thankyou #cancer #tunechi #weezy #tune #sports #lilwaynehq
"This is the best day ever! Are me and Lil Wayne best friends?"@LilTunechi sent some special gifts to @RealSkipBayless and @JennyTaft (and @ShannonSharpe too) ? pic.twitter.com/nCeL0Y3liw
— UNDISPUTED (@undisputed) August 22, 2019
“I want to thank Wayne for helping my best friend from childhood – his son at 22 who has been battling cancer, his name is Sam Humphreys. Wayne went out of his way to pep talk Sam during his chemo, had him out to The Forum for his concert last night, gave him VIP treatment, and shouted him out during the concert – and Sam got a standing ovation from the sold out crowd. Thank you Wayne, you’re an all-time great artist, obviously, but Wayne is a good man.”