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Lil Wayne Teaches Us What “Slangwhanger” Means [Video]

Lil Wayne Teaches Us What Slangwhanger Means

In episode 5 of the “A Word With Wayne” series, Bumbu rum have teamed up with Lil Wayne to teach us about new words in Wayne‘s very own way.

This week’s word of the day is “slangwhanger” and if you have never heard of this word before, you can watch Tunechi explain the definition below.

Click here to check out episode 4 (teaches us what “sylph” means), here to check out episode 3 (teaches us what “flahoolick” means), here to check out episode 2 (teaches us what “hootenanny” means), and here to check out episode 1 (teaches us what “supercilious” means) of “A Word With Wayne”!

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Directors Talk About Working With Lil Wayne On Set Of Commercials

Directors Talk About Working With Lil Wayne On Set Of Commercials

Complex recently chopped it up with people that have worked with Lil Wayne on set of his commercials to see what it was like working with him.

Sara Gilbert, who is the Public Relations Manager for Sovereign Brands, talked about how Weezy acted as his own director to improve the scenes while on set of the Bumbu ads and the “A Word With Wayne” series:

“It must be from his experience being a professional for all of his adult life. He can hear something and put his own spin to it instantaneously. He might hear something upstairs or down the hallway-[maybe] someone shifted their weight and they have their keys in their pocket. He’ll stop and wait for the noise to clear and then he’ll resume or we’ll take it from the top. He doesn’t miss a stride, it doesn’t throw him off his game. The fact that he self-corrects, he’s directing himself, is amazing.”

Matt Aselton, who directed Tunechi in the commercials for Samsung, spoke on how his crew were unconvinced at first if Tune would be able to act the scenes, as well as how he reminds him of an athlete:

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Lil Wayne Teaches Us What “Sylph” Means [Video]

Lil Wayne Teaches Us What Sylph Means

In episode 4 of their “A Word With Wayne” series, Bumbu rum team up with Lil Wayne to teach us about new words in Wayne‘s very own way.

This week’s word of the day is “sylph” and if you have never heard of this word before, you can watch Weezy explain the definition below.

Click here to check out episode 3 (teases us what “flahoolick” means), here to check out episode 2 (teases us what “hootenanny” means), and here to check out episode 1 (teases us what “supercilious” means) of “A Word With Wayne”!

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Lil Wayne Teaches Us What “Flahoolick” Means [Video]

Lil Wayne Teaches Us What Flahoolick Means

For episode 3 of their “A Word With Wayne” series, Bumbu rum partner up with Lil Wayne to get him to teach us about new words in his own way.

This week’s word of the day is “flahoolick” and if you have no idea what this word means, you can watch Tunechi explain the definition below.

Click here to check out episode 2 (teases us what “hootenanny” means) and here to check out episode 1 (teases us what “supercilious” means) of “A Word With Wayne”!

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Lil Wayne Teaches Us What “Hootenanny” Means [Video]

Lil Wayne Teaches Us What Hootenanny Means

Lil Wayne has partnered up with Bumbu rum for episode 2 of their “A Word With Wayne” series, which consists of Mr. Carter teaching us about new words in his own way.

This week’s word of the day is “hootenanny” and if you have never heard of this word before, you can watch Tunechi describe what it means below.

Click here to check out episode 1 of “A Word With Wayne” to see Weezy explain what “supercilious” means!

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Lil Wayne Teaches Us What “Supercilious” Means [Video]

Lil Wayne Teaches Us What Supercilious Means

Lil Wayne has teamed up with Bumbu rum to create a new series called “A Word With Wayne”, which will consist of the Young Money founder teaching us all about new words in his own way.

The word of the day for today is “supercilious” and if you’ve never heard of this word before, you can watch Weezy explain what it means below.

There is currently no confirmation as of yet on if this “A Word With Wayne” series will be a daily thing or not! What did you think of it?

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