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Lil Wayne Makes An Appearance On NFL’s Draft-A-Thon Stream Along With Quavo, Brett Favre, Big Boi, Michael Vick & More [Video]

Lil Wayne Makes A 23 Minute Appearance On NFL Draft-A-Thon Along With Quavo, Brett Favre, Big Boi, Michael Vick & More

On April 23rd, the NFL began their three-day virtual fundraiser to benefit six charities that are helping battle the spread of COVID-19.

Lil Wayne joined Day 1 of the 2020 NFL Draft-A-Thon live from his home in Miami, Florida to chat with co-hosts Rich Eisen and Deion Sanders about numerous subjects, such as how he became a Green Bay Packers fan.

Also on the live stream at the same as Wayne for his 23 minutes was: George Kittle, Charles Woodson, LaDainian Tomlinson, Jared Allen, Brett Favre, Tony Gonzalez, Quavo, Randall Cunningham, Lamar Jackson, Big Boi, Michael Vick, and Kyle Brandt!

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Lil Wayne Appears On ESPN’s “First Take” Show, Talks David Ortiz, Brett Favre, Tony Romo, Kobe Bryant & More [Video]

Lil Wayne Appears On ESPN First Take Show, Talks David Ortiz, Brett Favre, Tony Romo, Kobe Bryant & More

Earlier today, Lil Wayne made a special appearance on ESPN’s “First Take” sports television show to chop it up with Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman.

During his visit, Weezy spoke on Max saying David Ortiz is not a 1st-ballot Hall Of Fame player, Brett Favre saying Tony Romo should concede Dallas Cowboys starting quarterback job until Dak Prescott begins to struggle, his expectations for Los Angeles Lakers’ first season without Kobe Bryant, and more.

You can check out Tunechi share his thoughts on “First Take” after the jump below!

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Video: Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter IV Release Party x Speaks On Favorite Football Player

Above, you can watch some footage from Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter IV album release party that was hosted at Boulevard3 on August 28th in Los Angeles, California. In the video, a few of the YMCMB artists speak on Weezy, what it’s like working with him, C4, and more! You can also view some photos from the red carpet here.

After the jump, you can read what Tunechi told to XXL Magazine about his favorite football player:

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Video: Lil Wayne May Not Retire From Music Anytime Soon

During a radio interview with Hot 97’s Angie Martinez in March, Lil Wayne said he’s walking away at 35. Then Weezy switched up, telling XXL that he would be gone by 31. Now Lil Tunechi tells MTV that he isn’t sure when exactly he will walk away from rap.

“I’m not sure; I’m not gonna Brett Favre y’all,” Wayne said referring to the former Green Bay Packers quarterback who finally handed the NFL his walking papers in January after years of talking about it. “I’m not gonna draw it all the way out the whole year: ‘We wondering, is Wayne gonna do this?’ But the honest answer is I don’t know.”

“I’m so settled in my life right now,” he told us. “I have my kids; they’re wonderful. My daughter has her career ahead of her now. I have to focus on that, and I have to put the same focus that I put in my career. … I want to become a better father, I want to become a better man to my woman, and those things take time. and time takes away from this. So the honest answer to that retirement question is, I don’t know. Maybe so.”


Tha Bizness Talk About Lil Wayne x Mack Maine Says Brett Favre Prays For Tunechi

Tha Bizness Talk About Lil Wayne x Mack Maine Says Brett Favre Prays For Tunechi

Below, you can read what Henny and Dow from Tha Bizness recently said about Lil Wayne to SOHH. You can also watch a video of Mack Maine telling MTV that Brett Favre has been praying for Weezy while he is inside… and you know that’s Tune‘s favorite football player, so that brightened up his spirits!

With Lil Wayne, he records so many songs you never really know how many he’s done because it actually worked out. We were working with Drake when he was finishing up So Far Gone down in Atlanta and then Wayne happened to be in the other studio and he just came in to check out what was going on and at that time we had already done the “Every Girl” record and we did a couple with T-Pain, right when they were thinking about doing that T-Wayne album and so it was our first time actually meeting him so he gave us a little shout, appreciated what we were doing and talked about the music that we could make together and so he just asked for more joints.

We ended up giving him another CD and on that CD, he recorded to like, 14 of the 18 joints that were on there. So, hopefully some of them go on Tha Carter IV and some of them like the “Getter” joint he did for Michael Phelps, but you never know. He stays working and we stay working. It might be more once he gets out or, you never know, there should be a couple on there.

For Tha Carter IV, we brought in our signature approach, just like when we got in with Drake. A lot of the times, we do that all the time. We’re not necessarily catering to the artists unless it’s a specific thing they’re going for. We’re just trying to give them what we think they would sound dope over and it pretty much works out that way. – Henny

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