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Artist Ivana Beláková Talks About The Experience Of Tattooing Lil Wayne

Artist Ivana Belakova Talks About The Experience Of Tattooing Lil Wayne

After giving Lil Wayne 4 new tattoos (including the cross touch up on his face) at his home in Beverly Hills earlier this month, Ivana Beláková spoke with Nové Čas all about the experience.

During their interview, the Slovakian tattoo artist talked about how the opportunity to tattoo Tunechi came about after first adding ink to Tune‘s homies Lil Twist and HoodyBaby.

Ivana also revealed what the experience of chatting with Wayne about life, music and food was like, what Weezy is like as a person, and much more! Have a full read of everything she said below!

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Robin Thicke Recalls Witnessing A Bank Robbery That Inspired “Shooter” With Lil Wayne [Video]

Robin Thicke Recalls Witnessing A Bank Robbery That Inspired Shooter With Lil Wayne

While on the “The Kelly Clarkson Show” recently, Robin Thicke recalled a bank robbery he witnessed that ended up inspiring his “Shooter” collaboration with Lil Wayne.

Robin tells Kelly Clarkson that when he was 18-years-old, he was inside a bank when some guys with masks and guns entered and robbed the place. He wrote a song about this experience titled “Oh Shooter” for his debut studio album, A Beautiful World.

Years later, Wayne put his own spin on the “Shooter” track and added it to his Tha Carter II album, which Thicke says he ended up getting a Grammy Award for it. However, I think he is getting mistaken with Tha Carter III album. Check it out below!

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Ace Hood Talks Working With Lil Wayne & His Recent Comments About George Floyd, Black Lives Matter + Police Brutality [Video]

Ace Hood Talks Working With Lil Wayne & His Recent Comments About George Floyd, Black Lives Matter + Police Brutality

Ace Hood was a recent guest on the Hip-Hop Uncensored podcast where he chopped it up with hosts SamAnt and O’God.

During their conversation, Ace spoke about his experiences of working with Lil Wayne, who is someone he looked up to for years while growing up, as well as witnessing Wayne‘s evolution.

The Florida rapper also recalled playing Tunechi‘s Tha Carter album for 3 years straight when it was first released before sharing his thoughts on the recent comments that Tune made about George Floyd, Black Lives Matter and police brutality!

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Lil Wayne Chats To Muriel Bowser, Snoop Dogg, Stephen Jackson, Chris Paul, Killer Mike & Bun B About Racism, Police Brutality & More [Videos]

Lil Wayne Chats To Muriel Bowser, Snoop Dogg, Stephen Jackson, Chris Paul, Killer Mike & Bun B About Racism, Police Brutality & More

Episode 7 took place on Friday night (June 5th) of Lil Wayne‘s “Young Money Radio” show, which included special guests Muriel Bowser, Snoop Dogg, Stephen Jackson, Chris Paul, Killer Mike, and Bun B.

During this show, Weezy clarified his recent comments about police brutality and racism by explaining he was saved by a white cop (Uncle Bob) when he was younger while black cops left him and looked for the gun. However, he does share stories of how he has experienced racism by white cops and even by a white pilot on his private plane.

You can check out Tunechi‘s conversations with his special guests about what’s going on in the USA right now, George Floyd, NBA, music, and much more below. Snoop also called Tune “the Kobe Bryant of rap”, revealed the difference between racism and police brutality from when he was younger to now, told Wayne that he is “the young G.O.A.T. – a lot of people say that they G.O.A.T.s but they not really G.O.A.T.s”, and mention he wants to see Mr. Carter in a Verzuz battle! Do you?

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Mack 10 Recalls Telling Birdman To Bet The House On Lil Wayne & Calls Wayne “The Most Influential Rapper Probably Ever” [Video]

Mack 10 Recalls Telling Birdman To Bet The House On Lil Wayne & Calls Wayne The Most Influential Rapper Probably Ever

Mack 10 recently sat down for an interview with Vlad TV to discuss Cash Money Records giving him a “crazy deal” and his personal experience with the record label.

During their conversation, Mack revealed he was the one who told Birdman to bet the house on Lil Wayne as “he was special”, a “real talent”, “super solid”, and something he “had never seen before”.

The Los Angeles rapper also had more praise for Wayne by calling him “the most influential rapper probably ever” and that “there is a whole lot of Lil Wayne’s” in the rap game right now. You can check out exactly what Mack said after the jump below!

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