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Turk Speaks On Donald Trump Pardoning Lil Wayne & Kodak Black + Wants To Shoot A “Fuk How It Turn Out” Music Video

Turk Speaks On Donald Trump Pardoning Lil Wayne & Kodak Black + Wants To Shoot A Fuk How It Turn Out Music Video

After the success of their first conversation last year, Turk returns again for an “Off The Porch” interview with DGB, which you can check out below.

In their convo, the YNT founder discusses Donald Trump pardoning Lil Wayne after Wayne had a “great meeting” with him, as well as Trump‘s administration doing more for black people than Obama‘s administration.

Turk also speaks on how Tunechi “is very, very smart”, why it would make sense for himself, Tune and Kodak Black to shoot a music video for their “Fuk How It Turn Out” g-mix, being the first artist to have Weezy and Kodak on the same song together, and much more!

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Lil Wayne, Birdman & YMCMB Make Appearance On MTV’s “RapFix” Show

Lil Wayne, Birdman & YMCMB Make Appearance On MTV RapFix Show

For the latest episode of MTV’s “RapFix” show, Sway Calloway chats to Lil Wayne, Birdman, DJ Khaled, Mack Maine, Lil Chuckee, and T.Rone about life and their upcoming projects.

Weezy F Baby discussed his health, his role in Rich Gang, confirms that he will be opening more skate parks, and that he still plans on releasing his Devol album in the future. He also announced that he will be recording a song with Rick Ross tonight for his Mastermind album.

Baby discussed Rich Gang, what he hopes to accomplish with it, Wayne‘s decision to retire, why he always rubs his hands, if he would ever be open to do a hand lotion endorsement deal, the Trick Daddy situation, Rick Ross’ lyrics on “U.O.E.N.O.“, and if Game is signed to Cash Money Records or not. The #1 Stunna also announces that his Bigga Than Life album will drop in September, himself, Tune and Drake will be dropping a Big Tymers album in the future but without Mannie Fresh, and that his collaboration album with Weezy called Like Father, Like Son II: Tha Last MOB is still being worked on.

YMCMB’s DJ Khaled chats about President Obama’s entrance to “All I Do Is Win“, Mack Maine chats about how he balance business and music, and T.Rone chats about his “Hello” single and if he considers himself a singer or rapper. Before the show ends, T.Rone, Lil Chuckee and Jae Millz freestyle for the camera.

You can watch the full interview after the jump below.

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Lil Wayne Explains Why He Can’t Vote In The Upcoming U.S. Election On November 6th

Lil Wayne Explains Why He Cant Vote In The Upcoming US Election

Lil Wayne explained to MTV in Las Vegas last week that even though he won’t be voting in the upcoming United States of America presidential election taking place on November 6th, he has still been following and researching up on it.

You can watch a video of Weezy F Baby speaking about the election and why his 2007 gun charge prevents him from casting a vote after the jump below.

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I Am Not A Human Being Lyrics x Barack Obama Listens To Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne I Am Not A Human Being Lyrics

We have just finished all of the lyrics to Lil Wayne‘s latest album, I Am Not A Human Being. We did the lyrics to every single song, including the bonus tracks that will be included on the hard copy version of the album.


After the jump, you can read who US President Barack Obama listens to on his iPod in an interview with Rolling Stone Magazine.

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Barack Obama: “Our Kids Can’t All Aspire To Be Lil Wayne”

Barack Obama

President Barack Obama paid homage to the NAACP (National Assocation for the Advancement of Colored People) at its 100 year anniversary celebration yesterday with a motivational speech.

President Obama touched on the nation’s constant struggles with discrimination despite elected minorities and the achievements of the 1960’s Civil Rights Movement.

“I understand there may be a temptation among some to think that discrimination is no longer a problem in 2009,” Obama said from the New York event. “But make no mistake: The pain of discrimination is still felt in America.”

He also referenced superstar athlete LeBron James and rapper Lil Wayne to remind families of the importance of education.

“They might think they’ve got a pretty jump shot or a pretty good flow,” Mr. Obama said, “but our kids can’t all aspire to be LeBron or Lil Wayne. I want them aspiring to be scientists and engineers, doctors and teachers, not just ballers and rappers. I want them aspiring to be a Supreme Court Justice. I want them aspiring to be President of the United States of America.”

Shout outs to SOHH