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Lil Wayne Chats To Fat Joe, Lil Durk, Jamie Foxx & Henry Cejudo About His Top 5, “The Masked Singer”, Andre Harrell, Betty Wright & More [Videos]

Lil Wayne Chats To Fat Joe, Lil Durk, Jamie Foxx & Henry Cejudo About His Top 5, The Masked Singer, Andre Harrell, Betty Wright & More

In this post, you can check out highlights from episode 4 of Lil Wayne‘s “Young Money Radio” show on Apple Music, which took place on May 15th.

Throughout the show, Wayne paid tribute to Andre Harrell and Betty Wright, who both sadly passed away recently. He also mentioned Dana White will be a special guest on next week’s episode after he couldn’t make it this week, as well as that his top 5 favorite artists right now are: Lil Wayne, Tunechi, Weezy, Dwayne Michael Carter, and Fat Joe.

The guests for this week were Fat Joe, Lil Durk, Jamie Foxx, and Henry Cejudo – who says he is a big fan of Mr. Carter‘s music. Tunechi revealed that he will be on Joey Crack‘s podcast later this week, why Robin Thicke apologized to his mother Cita at Super Bowl, he saw Kevin Hart at a strip club on his own, and much more. Jamie also had so much praise for Weezy (and I mean a lot) plus shared stories of them at LIV in Miami and on “The Masked Singer“!

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Birdman Apologizes To Lil Wayne At Lil Weezyana Fest In New Orleans [Video]

Birdman Apologizes To Lil Wayne At Lil Weezyana Fest In New Orleans

Last night, the 4th annual “Lil Weezyana Fest” took place in Lil Wayne‘s hometown New Orleans from Champions Square’s Bold Sphere Music.

So many things went down at the concert, which I’ll get posted on LilWayneHQ soon, but one of the main things (that a lot of people guessed would happen) was Tunechi bringing Birdman out.

Baby came out to perform “Number One Stunna” before then apologizing to Weezy on stage for all of the stuff the two of them have been through since 2014. The #1 Stunna then went into performing “Still Fly” live.

“Damn bruh, it feel it amazing bruh. To be home bruh, fucking with my son, I love that nigga to death. I don’t know what y’all know, but I know what I the fuck I know and I know how I feel about what I know. I knew this day was gon’ come, but I ain’t know when it was gon’ come. But this nigga right here, the best nigga, the realest nigga, the illest nigga, and I wanted to apologize to my nigga worldwide to let him know that, ya heard me, that nigga put his life in my hands and I’mma keep it real with that nigga, we gon’ do this shit until the day we die. It’s YMCMB for death nigga, fuck ya, ya heard me.”

You can check out some footage of this after the jump below!

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Rolling Loud Organizers Explain Why Lil Wayne Cancelled His Set At The Miami Music Festival

Organizers For Rolling Loud Explain Why Lil Wayne Cancelled His Set At The Miami Music Festival

As we know, Lil Wayne was a no-show at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on May 13th for this year’s Rolling Loud music festival, which he was a headliner for.

A lot of people thought Tunechi didn’t want to turn up to the show as there was bad weather and he attended LIV on that same evening, but organizers for Rolling Loud have confirmed the reason that Tune didn’t show up was because he “fell unexpectedly ill”.

You can read the full statement and also see what Weezy had to say about not taking the stage on Sunday after the jump below!

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Joe Budden Tells The Story Of How Lil Wayne Threatened To Kill Him Over Gudda Gudda Comments

Joe Budden Tells The Story Of How Lil Wayne Threatened To Kill Him Over Gudda Gudda Comments

On episode 158 of The Joe Budden Podcast, the Slaughterhouse rapper shared the story of how Lil Wayne one time threatened to kill him.

Joe Budden revealed it all first happened when he saw Weezy at an awards show and asked him for a verse on his “She Don’t Put It Down” single before then going on to say something about Young Money artist Gudda Gudda that was captured footage.

Wayne then told him he was going on tour with Eminem, but would still try and do the verse, so when Joe called up Tunechi at a later date to ask him about the verse, this is when Tune called him out as he had ended up seeing the clip of Budden dissing Double G and wasn’t happy at all:

“You better apologize motherfucker, you got nerve to ask for a verse after you disrespect my family? You lucky motherfucker…”

To cut a long story short, Mouse ended up apologizing to Gudda personally and Mr. Carter went and did the “She Don’t Put It Down” verse for him. You can listen to this crazy story at the 37:00 mark of the conversation below! Thoughts?

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Lil Wayne Performs “She Will”, “Wasted” & More Songs Live At Hofstra University’s 2017 Fall Festival In Long Island, New York [Videos]

Lil Wayne Performs She Will, Wasted & More Songs Live At Hofstra University 2017 Fall Festival In Long Island New York

On October 7th, Lil Wayne headlined Hofstra University’s 2017 Fall Festival in Long Island, New York.

During his set, Weezy performed “Mr. Carter“, “Got Money“, “I’m Goin’ In“, “John“, “Bitches Love Me“, “Rich As Fuck“, “6 Foot, 7 Foot“, “Go DJ“, “Lollipop“, “Mrs. Officer“, “She Will“, “Every Girl” with Mack Maine, “Traphouse Blues” with HoodyBaby, “Rollin’“, “Wasted“, and more tracks live.

Tunechi also apologized to a kid on someone’s shoulders before getting started: “I also must apologize for every cuss word tonight in front of the kid, on the people shoulders back there. Every cuss word tonight, I apologize bro. Man, they didn’t me you was gonna be here man.”

You can check out a few clips from Tune‘s live performance at Hofstra University in Long Island after the jump below!

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