I wasn’t sure whether to post this or not, but I figured most of you would find this video funny 😆 Above, you can watch some footage of Lil Wayne, Drake, Mack Maine and Lil Chuckee arriving to the 2011 BET Awards Rehearsals. You can see Tunechi try and light his cigar a few times with Dhea sitting next to him in a golf cart, and then go through the metal detectors dancing with his Dre Beats on jamming out to most probably a song off Tha Carter IV.
Lil Wayne, Birdman, Short Dawg, T-Streets, Lil Twist, Mack Maine, E.I., Lil Za, Marley G, Ce Ce, and DJ Scoob Doo celebrated the New Year’s at Adrianna’s Club Ballroom in Chicago. You can check out some footage from this bash in the video above, and it looked like it was one hell of a party! About half way through the video you can watch something called “Lil Wayne Olympics“, and at the 0:54 and 2:50 mark you can see Weezy chatting to some sexy ladies.
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.’ ”
Here are some photos of Lil Wayne sitting courtside at the Los Angeles Lakers vs. New Orleans Hornets game last night (December 29) in the New Orleans Arena. Mack Maine, Marley G and E.I. were also sitting next to Weezy, and you can view more pics after the jump.