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Lil Wayne Performs & Jams Out To His “Bank Account” & “Everyday We Sick” Songs Off “Dedication 6” At Mr. Jones Miami [Videos]

Lil Wayne Performs & Jams Out To His Bank Account & Everyday We Sick Songs Off Dedication 6 At Mr Jones Miami

On December 30th, Lil Wayne hosted a mixtape release party for his Dedication 6 project at Mr. Jones Lounge in Miami, Florida.

During the event, Weezy performed and jammed out to songs off his D6 tape including “Bank Account” and “Everyday We Sick“.

You can check out some footage of Tunechi at his Dedication 6 mixtape release party with Young Money‘s Mack Maine, Gudda Gudda, Lil Twist, HoodyBaby, Stephanie Acevedo, and N.O. Capo after the jump below!

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Lil Wayne To Host A New Year’s Weekend Party At LIV Nightclub In Miami

Lil Wayne To Host A New Year's Weekend Party At LIV Nightclub In Miami

Lil Wayne usually hits up LIV nightclub in Miami, Florida on a Sunday for “LIV on Sunday’s”, but he will be making an exception for New Year’s Weekend.

On Friday (December 30th), Weezy will be hosting an event at LIV and if you wish to attend the club next week, click here to order your tickets online for $40.00.

You can check out the flyer above for more details! Will you be attending LIV next Friday to see Tunechi?

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Magnolia Shorty Mourned By Lil Wayne & Others At Funeral In New Orleans

Magnolia Shorty Mourned By Lil Wayne At Funeral In New Orleans

As fellow Cash Money affiliates Lil Wayne, B.G., Juvenile, Mack Maine and Baby made their way into the Fifth African Baptist Church in New Orleans on Thursday morning (December 30), hundreds of fans gathered outside the church to pay tribute to fallen hometown rapper Magnolia Shorty.

In addition to Weezy and his crew, a number of other local bounce artists made their presence felt at the funeral, including Partners-N-Crime, Kilo G, DJ Jubilee, Big Freeda and Ms. Tee, who was the first female artist to sign with Cash Money, followed by Shorty in 1995, who was the label’s second, and last, female member.

The closed funeral began at 11 a.m., and while more than 1,000 friends and relatives packed into the brick house of worship, the street outside was overflowing with nearly 1,500 fans paying tribute to the bounce legend. Many were wearing shirts in praise of Shorty (born Renetta Lowe), 28, with messages such as “R.I.P. Magnolia Shorty” and “We Love You Renetta,” as well as buttons that read “Forever ‘Shorty.’ ”

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