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Lil Wayne Chats To 50 Cent, Whoopi Goldberg, Naomi Campbell & Dustin Poirier For Episode 10 Of “Young Money Radio” [Videos]

Lil Wayne Chats To 50 Cent, Whoopi Goldberg, Naomi Campbell & Dustin Poirier For Episode 10 Of Young Money Radio

For episode 10 of the “Young Money Radio” show on Apple Music on July 3rd, Lil Wayne chopped it up with 50 Cent, Whoopi Goldberg, Naomi Campbell, and Dustin Poirier.

Tunechi and Fiddy actually had a conversation for a total of 1 hour and 30 minutes before Tune had to end it as they were going to get cut off. They talked about everything from the early Cash Money tour days, Birdman, Eminem, the culture of hip-hop, BBC (and not the TV network in the UK lol), Mike Tyson, The Game, Meek Mill, Pop Smoke, new rappers copying both of their styles, award shows, and much more. 50 also mentioned “they should expect to see us collaborate” at the end, which is good news as the two of them have not yet to release a song together.

Another interesting story from this week’s episode comes from Naomi, who tells Weezy that she watched him talk to Donald Trump for a good 2 hours at Usher’s birthday party inside the Rainbow Room in New York back in 2006… but of course, he didn’t remember this. You can check out all of these convos in the videos below, which also includes Mr. Carter chatting with Whoopi about who her favorite music artist of all time is (Wayne says his is Anita Baker) and with Dustin about wanting his next UFC fight to be against someone big, such as a Conor McGregor or Nate Diaz!

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MSNBC Quote Lil Wayne Lyrics To Attack Donald Trump [Video]

MSNBC Quote Lil Wayne Lyrics To Attack Donald Trump

American journalist Ari Melber recently quoted Lil Wayne to attack the current President of the United States, Donald Trump, and his greed on MSNBC.

The MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent referenced Weezy‘s lyrics from his “I’m On One” verse: “Too much money ain’t enough money”.

You can check out Ari quoting Tunechi on MSNBC in a clip after the jump below! Pretty cool right?

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Watch Lil Wayne’s Full Set At The 2017 Rolling Loud Music Festival, Performs “No Frauds” & More Songs Live

Watch Lil Wayne Full Set At The 2017 Rolling Loud Music Festival, Performs No Frauds & More Songs Live
Lil Wayne and Birdman’s son Brian Williams.

Lil Wayne headlined the 3rd annual Rolling Loud music festival at Bayfront Park in Miami, Florida on May 5th.

For his full set, Weezy performed “Mr. Carter“, “Got Money“, “I’m Goin’ In“, “John“, “Believe Me“, “Bitches Love Me“, “Rich As Fuck“, “Go DJ“, “HYFR“, “Lollipop“, “Mrs. Officer“, “Every Girl” with Mack Maine, “The Motto“, “Back That Azz Up“, “I’m Me“, “Drop The World“, “Steady Mobbin“, “No Frauds“, “A Milli“, “No Problem“, and “No Worries” live.

This is also the concert when a guy ran on stage during Tunechi‘s set and the “Goon Squad” got him quickly. You can watch Tune‘s full set in a clip after the jump below. Wayne also shares a letter his 7-year-old son Cameron Carter wrote to Donald Trump before performing “A Milli“!

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Lil Wayne Shares His Thoughts On The Presidential Debate & Colin Kaepernick [Video]

Lil Wayne Shares His Thoughts On The Presidential Debate & Colin Kaepernick

After seeing Lil Wayne chat about why he wrote “Gone ‘Til November” and why he will not be reading his book back, Revolt have released another part of Shaheem Reid‘s interview with Wayne.

In part 2, Weezy shares his thoughts on the presidential debate by calling it “comical” and comparing it to hip-hop beef. He also speaks on American football quarterback Colin Kaepernick and explains why he needs to get his weight up.

You can check out what Tunechi said in a video after the jump below!

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Lil Wayne Talks “Tha Carter V”, Label Situation, Black Lives Matter, Not Knowing The New Rappers & More

Lil Wayne Talks Tha Carter 5, Label Situation, Black Lives Matter & Not Knowing The New Rappers

In a hotel suite after his “Gone ‘Til November: A Journal of Rikers Island” book signing in New York on Tuesday, Lil Wayne sat down with The New York Times for an interesting interview that you can read below.

During their conversation, Weezy spoke on not worrying about reliving his time in jail as he hasn’t read “Gone ‘Til November” and he doesn’t plan to either, releasing the memoir for us fans as we are being patient for his new music, recording guest features, not knowing the new generation of rappers, and explained why he hasn’t been attracted to activism.

Tunechi also talked about the Black Lives Matter movement, what he cares about, Donald Trump, his upcoming Tha Carter V album, being in the studio a lot, his recording process, fellow music artists coming to his support after his retirement tweets, and his situation with Cash Money Records!

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