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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Makes An Appearance On BET’s “106 & Park” In 2006 [Video]

Lil Wayne Makes An Appearance On BET 106 & Park In 2006

As it is #ThrowbackThursday today, here is some footage of Lil Wayne‘s appearance on BET’s “106 & Park” show over 15 years ago on January 10th, 2006.

While on the show, Weezy explained how he injured his wrist while playing basketball, as well as wanting to shoot his “Hustler Musik / Money On My Mind” music video inside The Carter building in New York City from the movie “New Jack City” before he then premiered the visual.

You can check out a clip of Tunechi, who was rocking clothing from A Bathing Ape, chatting to Big Tigger and Julissa Bermudez on “106 & Park” back in 2006 for #TBT below. Enjoy!

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Behind The Scenes Of Lil Wayne & Rich The Kid’s “Throat Baby” Studio Session [Video]

Behind The Scenes Of Lil Wayne & Rich The Kid Throat Baby Studio Session

In this post, you can get a behind the scenes look at Lil Wayne and Rich The Kid‘s studio session for their “Throat Baby” song off the No Ceilings 3 – Side B mixtape.

Rich and Wayne can be seen at the private TRUKSTOP facility in Miami, Florida playing basketball before then heading to the studio to record their freestyle over BRS Kash’s “Throat Baby (Go Baby)” track.

You can watch the behind the scenes clip after the jump below that was filmed by The Yen House TV! Is “Throat Baby” one of your fav records from NC3 Side B?

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Lil Wayne Talks His Grandma Mercedes Carter, Struggles In Life, Being Self-Made, Drake, Nicki Minaj & More [Video]

Lil Wayne Talks His Grandma Mercedes Carter, Struggles In Life, Being Self Made, Drake, Nicki Minaj & More

Last week, Lil Wayne took part in a live interview for social media with the CEO of Sovereign Brands, Brett Berish, which you can watch below.

During their 1-hour conversation, Weezy spoke on what “self-made” means to him, tattooing his grandma Mercedes Carter‘s name on his face (the “Mercy” and “Merci” tatt), what his biggest struggle in life has been, who his inspirations are, knowing nothing about social media, and listening to Jack Harlow before he blew up.

Tunechi also discussed all of these new generation rappers looking like him, this year’s Super Bowl and NBA Championship, why there is no such thing as a next Drake or Nicki Minaj, recording new music with A$AP Ferg and Rich The Kid recently, being influenced to skateboard by Alex Midler, how getting sick on the Ruff Ryders/Cash Money tour was his biggest break, I Am Not A Human Being III album, and much more!

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Tim Patrick Names Lil Wayne As His “G.O.A.T. Rapper” [Video]

Tim Patrick Names Lil Wayne As His GOAT Rapper Video

In Denver Broncos‘ very first episode of their “GOAT Status” series, they got Tim Patrick to name some of the greatest things of all time.

The NFL athlete named Lil Wayne as his G.O.A.T. rapper, Kobe Bryant as his G.O.A.T. basketball player, Randy Moss as his G.O.A.T. wide receiver, “The Warriors”, “The Godfather” and “Scarface” as his G.O.A.T. movies, “Chappelle’s Show” as his G.O.A.T. comedy, and Jack In The Box as his G.O.A.T. fast food.

You can watch Tim call Wayne the greatest rapper of all time in the video after the jump below!

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Shaquille O’Neal Names Lil Wayne In His Top 5 Rappers Dead Or Alive List [Video]

Shaquille ONeal Names Lil Wayne In His Top 5 Rappers Dead Or Alive List

Last month, Shaquille O’Neal made an appearance on “The Fat Joe Show” to chop it up with Fat Joe over Skype.

During their conversation, Shaq was asked who are his top 5 rappers dead or alive to which he responded with:

“At the point guard you got Lil Weezy [Lil Wayne], at the shooting guard I got Em [Eminem], at the small forward I got Jay-Z, at the four I got Pac [Tupac Shakur], and I got B.I.G. [The Notorious B.I.G.] at the five.”

You can watch the former professional basketball player name his top 5 rappers below! What do you think of his list?

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