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Fat Joe Reveals The Advice He Received From Lil Wayne About Going To Jail [Video]

Fat Joe Reveals Advice He Received From Lil Wayne About Going To Jail

Fat Joe is the latest special guest on the “Red Table Talk” show where he sat down with the hosts Jada Pinkett Smith, Adrienne Banfield-Norris and Willow Smith for an interview.

In their conversation, Joe shared the advice he received from Lil Wayne about serving time in jail, as well as what it was like when he went to visit Wayne inside Rikers Island.

“Lil Wayne is my brother, man. One of the saddest things I ever did was go visit Lil Wayne in jail. And not only that, they had him, like, chained up. They had him, like you know, really chained up, like, Lil Wayne! This little, like, no, no, they had him in shackles and all that. They had him like he was the killer of all, right? So you know, I went to see him… He’s my brother, he lives across the street from me in Miami. I was like: ‘Yo, Wayne, what’s up?’ And he was like: ‘Nah, man, I’m just telling you right now, be humble.’ I said: ‘How do you do it?’ He said: ‘Just be humble, bro. Don’t go in there on somethin’. Just go in there humble. You know, if you be humble, they’ll respect you.'”

Joey Crack served a three-month sentence in prison after he plead guilty to tax evasion in 2013. You can watch a clip of the New York rapper speaking about Weezy and watch his full convo on “Red Table Talk” below!

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Fat Joe Names Lil Wayne As The Best Rapper He’s Ever Seen Record In A Studio [Video]

Fat Joe Names Lil Wayne As The Best Rapper Hes Ever Seen Record In A Studio

In an excerpt from season 5 episode 4 of Uninterrupted’s “The Shop” series, Fat Joe revealed Lil Wayne is the best music artist he has ever seen record in a studio and called him “a beast”.

Joey Crack explained to Amy Schumer, Don Lemon, Paul Rivera, Maverick Carter, and LeBron James what he has learned from being in the studio with Weezy and why it was a privileged for himself.

For the third time in his life, Joe also told the story of witnessing Tunechi record his “We Takin’ Over” verse for DJ Khaled, which included Tune sparring with a huge speaker inside the studio room as the instrumental played in the background!

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Feature Friday #249: DJ Khaled – We Takin’ Over (Feat Lil Wayne & More)

DJ Khaled We Takin Over Feat Lil Wayne & More

It’s that time of the week again! Today’s “Feature Friday” edition is a single from DJ Khaled called “We Takin’ Over” featuring Lil Wayne, T.I., Akon, Rick Ross, Fat Joe, and Birdman.

The Danja-produced song appears on Khaled‘s second studio album, We The Best, which was released back in 2007.

“And my wrist-wear Chopard, but the Mueller’s cooler; I have more jewels than your jeweller; Touch and I will bust your medulla; That’s a bullethole, it is not a tumor”

You can watch the “We Takin’ Over” music video that was directed by Gil Green below.

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DJ Paul Talks To Fat Joe About Bringing Lil Wayne Out At Three 6 Mafia’s VERZUZ Battle [Video]

DJ Paul Talks To Fat Joe About Bringing Lil Wayne Out At Three 6 Mafia VERZUZ Battle

DJ Paul was a recent guest on “The Fat Joe Show” and he was on there to talk about the VERZUZ battle between Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and Three 6 Mafia on December 2nd.

During their convo, Joey Crack stated he “never thought nobody on earth could bring Lil Wayne to a VERZUZ” to which the Three 6 Mafia member revealed he was “so happy” that Wayne came out to help Juicy J perform “Bandz A Make Her Dance.

The Memphis DJ, record producer and rapper also explained how they managed to get Tunechi to come out, him being a big-time fan of the Young Money CEO, and how he has known Tune all the way back since 1996. You can check out everything DJ Paul had to say in the video below!

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Performs Live On The Red Carpet At The 2006 BET Awards [Video]

Lil Wayne Performs Live On The Red Carpet At 2006 BET Awards

As it is #ThrowbackThursday today, here is a rare live Lil Wayne performance from the red carpet at the 2006 BET Awards.

DJ Khaled brought Wayne, Paul Wall, Fat Joe, Rick Ross, Pitbull, Gunplay, and Unique of the Grit Boys all together to perform the “Holla At Me (Baby)” single live.

You can watch their live performance of the Cool & Dre-produced collaboration in a #TBT clip after the jump below! Have you seen it before?

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