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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Appears On BET’s “Rap City”, Reveals His Final Goal With Rapping [Video]

Lil Wayne Appears On BET Rap City, Reveals His Final Goal With Rapping

For #ThrowbackThursday today, here is a rare video of Lil Wayne appearing on BET’s “Rap City” TV show that first aired back in April, 2000.

The clip, which you can watch below, shows what the Cash Money Millionaires got up to on days off from their “Cash Money Records/Ruff Ryders” tour.

While playing Big Tigger at a game of pool, Wayne talks about his “Respect Us” single featuring Juvenile off Tha Block Is Hot and what his final goal with rapping is!

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Goes In On The Empire Mixtape DJ For Leaking His Music

Lil Wayne Goes In On The Empire Mixtape DJ For Leaking His Music

As it is #ThrowbackThursday today, here is a rare Lil Wayne interview on the radio with DJ Drama and David Banner from back in 2008.

Wayne made the phone call in to clear up comments he made in a magazine that looked like he was disrespecting all mixtape DJs, but it was just The Empire who he had a problem with as Empire was the one who was leaking a lot of Weezy‘s music on unofficial tapes.

“First off I ain’t mean to disrespect no deejays, no mixtape deejays, whatever kind of deejay you is, there was no kind of disrespect, especially given the fact that me and Drama, me and Khaled, and me and my homeboy Raj Smooth from New Orleans, we all get it in and do the mixtape thing. So given that fact, I think things were blew out of proportion.”

“But what I do wanna say is whoever got soft feelings or whoever took what I said and wants to feel some kind of way, I want you to know, please do not feel differently after you hear me on this radio, I want you to still feel like ‘f*ck me’, I want you to still feel like: ‘f*ck that n*gga’, cause when you see me in the streets I want it to be that, because I’m going to bite your f*cking face off.”

“This Empire n*gga, I don’t f*ck with him. For all deejays I just want you to know that, that diss was meant for that Empire n*gga. I don’t f*ck the Empire n*gga. The n*gga put a CD out on me every month and I couldn’t tell you how none of them n*ggas look in person… if you made the ‘Wayne’s World Volume 1 to 7’, ya mama’s a b*tch and if you The Empire, n*gga I hope you die twice tomorrow.”

Also in their conversation, which you can check out below, Tunechi spoke on the unofficial Wayne’s World mixtape series, his Tha Carter III album, if he is down with a Hot Boys reunion, and for Drama to send him beats for the Dedication 3 mixtape! Have you heard this convo before?

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne & Birdman Perform Live On CD USA In 2006 [Video]

Lil Wayne & Birdman Perform Live On CD USA In 2006

For #ThrowbackThursday today, here is a high quality video of Lil Wayne and Birdman performing live on CD USA back in 2006.

In the HQ clip, Weezy and Baby perform their “Stuntin’ Like My Daddy” single live on the American music television show that aired on DirecTV’s Audience network.

You can check out the dope throwback performance after the jump below, which also includes Cortez Bryant looking like he is pretending to DJ in the back haha!

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Speaks On His Brother Semaj, Being Inspired By Bone To Braid His Hair & More [Video]

Lil Wayne Speaks On His Brother Semaj, Being Inspired By Bone To Braid His Hair & More

As it is #ThrowbackThursday today, here is a rare Lil Wayne interview from back in 2002 when he was just 19-years-old and around the time he was releasing his 500 Degreez album.

In their conversation, Weezy speaks on how his “Way Of Life” single featuring Birdman and TQ is the very first song on Cash Money Records to have a sample, his Mercedes G-Wagon 500, loyalty, and much more.

Tunechi also discusses his mother Cita giving him his very first little brother on March 29th (Semaj) and being inspired by Bone to braid his hair. You can check our this rare interview after the jump below, enjoy!

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Talks Apple And Eagle Street, Accidentally Shooting Himself, Hurricane Katrina & More [Video]

Lil Wayne Talks Apple And Eagle Street, Accidentally Shooting Himself, Hurricane Katrina & More

For #ThrowbackThursday today, here is an interview Lil Wayne participated in with BLOW! magazine back in early 2006 to promote his Tha Carter II album.

Weezy spoke on his youth days of hanging around on Apple and Eagle Street in Hollygrove, accidentally shooting himself while playing with a gun and getting punished for it, how he first met Birdman and Slim, staying loyal to them, how Hurricane Katrina affected him, and more.

Also in the conversation, Tunechi showed off the first tattoos that he got inked on his body. You can check it all out in the #TBT video below, enjoy!

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