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Robb Bank$ Recalls First Meeting His Idol Lil Wayne [Video]

Robb Banks Recalls First Meeting His Idol Lil Wayne

Robb Bank$ recently sat down for an interview with DROPS MEDIA while backstage of his augmented reality performance for the live music app Encore, which you can watch in the clip below.

During their conversation, Robb discussed what it was like to meet one of his idols Lil Wayne at the Super Bowl LII back in 2018 and how he reacted after it.

“I done met a lot of my idols and them n*ggas f*ck-n*ggas, this straight like that. A lot of these n*ggas, man, you let me down meeting you. You feel me? Not Wayne though. My biggest, my favorite Wayne story that I have, I was in the club. I’m walking through the club in Minnesota actually. On what was it? Like the Super Bowl weekend? Or like All-Star Weekend. You don’t remember when they threw the buckets of ice on 6ix9ine in Minnesota? I performed at that same show. Yeah, that time! Wayne was there. So I’m walking past and then I hear: ‘Yo Rob,’ and I look back and it’s Wayne. When I say I walked through afterward, after he said that, I start pushing n*ggas like: ‘Fuck out my way n*gga, Lil Wayne just said wassup to me. Leave me alone n*gga. Don’t talk to me.’ That’s like my favorite Wayne story.”

The New York City native also recalled another story involving Wayne. This time it was when he was at The Hit Factory Criteria Recording Studios in Miami recording music with Birdman and finding out Weezy really does live inside the studio as his room was next to their room!

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Turk Reveals How The Hot Boys All Met & Explains Why Lil Wayne Is The G.O.A.T. [Video]

Turk Reveals How The Hot Boys All Met & Explains Why Lil Wayne Is The GOAT

Turk recently sat down with B. High and Wicked of Ghetto Mafia for an interview, which you can check out below.

At the 3:55 mark of their conversation, Turk reveals how all of the Hot Boys first met (himself, Lil Wayne, Juvenile and B.G.), as well as how there were originally 5 of them before Lil Derrick aka Bulletproof was killed.

The YNT founder also explains why Tunechi is the G.O.A.T. (it is due to him being a part of every generation), when exactly he knew that Tune was different from a young age, and how he felt after Weezy referenced him on the “My Homies Still” single while he was incarcerated!

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Colby Covington Calls Lil Wayne “The Greatest Rapper Alive” & Says He Will Be On Wayne’s Next Album [Video]

Colby Covington Calls Lil Wayne The Greatest Rapper Alive & Says He Will Be On Wayne Next Album

Colby Covington sat down with Kyle Forgeard, Bob Menery, Aaron Steinberg, and SteveWillDoIt for an episode of the FULL SEND Podcast that you can watch in full below.

At the 41:45 mark of their conversation, Colby revealed the best text message he received after his win against Jorge Masvidal was from Lil Wayne, who he also called the “greatest rapper alive” and the “best rapper alive”, before then playing the hilarious voice message.

The American mixed martial artist then went on to discuss how he first met Wayne, why he thinks Wayne is a fan of him, being told he will be featured on Wayne‘s next album, and that Wayne will walk him out at his next fight!

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Compton Menace Talks Relationship With Lil Wayne, “Blood N*ggaz”, Cash Money & More [Video]

Compton Menace Talks Relationship With Lil Wayne, Blood N*ggaz, Cash Money & More

Compton Menace sits down with the Digital Soapbox Network for an episode on their “Discourse” series that you can watch below.

From the 6:30 mark in their conversation, the Compton rapper and actor spoke about having a good relationship with Lil Wayne, their “Blood N*ggaz” single, and how Wayne is such a “good-hearted person”.

Later on in the interview, Menace talked about the very first time he met Tunechi, how he was always a fan of him, and signing to Cash Money Records. He also added that people stopped saying Weezy was a “fake blood” after the “Blood N*ggaz” collab came about!

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Baby E Talks Unreleased “Girls From The Hills” Collab With Lil Wayne + How Wayne Doesn’t Move Without A Blunt & A Gun [Video]

Baby E Talks Unreleased Girls From The Hills Collab With Lil Wayne + How Wayne Doesnt Move Without A Blunt & A Gun

Earlier this year, Baby E chopped it up with TM NYC for a 1 hour and 30 minute virtual interview that you can watch in full below.

From the 33:10 mark, Baby E spoke about how he first linked up with Lil Wayne through a guy called Petey Lo and how he then got signed to Young Money. The Pensacola native was hesitant Petey really knew Wayne at first until the YM affiliate got Weezy on a Facetime call with E to say a quick message: “Is this real enough for you white boy?” LOL.

Baby E then discussed “Finessin’“, Tunechi‘s working process and witnessing him record more or less 20 songs every single day, Birdman, the best advice he ever received from Tune, his favorite collaboration with Mr. Carter being an unreleased song titled “Girls From The Hills“, and why and how he left Young Money. He also added: “it’s really sad to me we [himself and Lil Wayne] have so much great music that will never see the light of day”.

The former YM artist also confirmed he has wrote “a lot of stuff” for Lil Wayne and that Wayne does not move anywhere without a gun or blunt on him. Baby E then shared a story of how one time they were all on tour and they all threw away their drugs off the tour bus as they were arriving to a checkpoint, but left all of the machine guns!

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