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Lil Wayne Talks Googling His Own Lyrics, Wheezy’s Producer Tag, Nicki Minaj Memories & Teases “Tha Carter VI”

Lil Wayne Talks Googling His Own Lyrics, Wheezy Producer Tag, Nicki Minaj Memories & Teases Tha Carter 6

Lil Wayne recently chopped it up with Variety to talk all about his “Young Money Radio” show, the aim for it, and if he enjoys being a radio host.

During their interview, Weezy also spoke about how he is adapting to life during the COVID-19 pandemic, having a platform to speak out on racism, Googling his own lyrics, thinking Wheezy‘s producer tag was Future shouting him out, Betty Wright‘s influence on him, rolling his own weed, one of his favorite memories with Nicki Minaj being from the “High School” video shoot, and much more.

You can read the full conversation between Tunechi and Variety after the jump below. He even teased a Tha Carter VI album by replying with “the next one” when asked what his “favorite Carter” project is!

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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 Says The White Cop Who Saved His Life Is Also The Same Person Who Locked Up His “Father” Birdman For Years [Video]

Lil Wayne Says The White Cop Who Saved His Life Is Also The Same Person Who Locked Up His Father Birdman For Years

Yesterday, Lil Wayne joined Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe as a special guest on their UNDISPUTED sports talk TV show.

While on the show, Tunechi told the story once more about how a white cop he calls Uncle Bob saved his life when he shot himself over mental health issues whereas the black cops all jumped over him looking for the gun. Tune then went on to say that the same white cop Uncle Bob was the one who arrested his “father” Birdman and put him in jail for years.

You can check out Weezy‘s full interview with Skip and Shannon in the video below that also includes him speaking on change coming after the death of George Floyd, his own personal experiences with the police, white people helping with the protests, his team Green Bay Packers, how shocked he was when they drafted Jordan Love, who he thinks the GOAT of the NBA is, Dak Prescott, and much more!

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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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Lil Wayne Chats To Dr. Fauci, Dr. Dre, Kevin Hart, Tory Lanez, Benny The Butcher & Conway The Machine For Episode 6 Of “Young Money Radio” [Videos]

Lil Wayne Chats To Dr Fauci, Dr Dre, Kevin Hart, Tory Lanez, Benny The Butcher & Conway The Machine For Episode 6 Of Young Money Radio

Episode 6 of Lil Wayne‘s “Young Money Radio” show took place on May 29th on Apple Music and for this week’s guests, he had Dr. Anthony Fauci (Head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases), Dr. Dre, Kevin Hart, Tory Lanez, and Griselda’s Benny The Butcher and Conway The Machine.

At the start of this week’s radio show, Tunechi paid tribute to George Floyd, who was murdered by cops in Minneapolis, and sent condolences to his family. Tune also revealed he will be releasing music videos for the deluxe edition of his Funeral album soon and as it is currently Mental Health Awareness Week, he shared a story of how he shot himself as a kid just so he could be heard as no one ever listened to him.

For interviews with his special guests, Weezy chatted to Dr. Fauci all about COVID-19, Larry Kramer, aids and more. He chopped it up with Dr. Dre about why he named his album 2001 when it was released in 1999, both being big fans of Anderson .Paak, how he balances his personal life and work, Kobe Bryant, and shares his thoughts on the horrible situation of George Floyd, which nearly made him not appear on “YM Radio” as he says it didn’t feel right.

Lil Wayne then spoke with Kevin Hart about the recent situation in Minneapolis, his new book “The Decision”, how he is doing after his car accident, and more. Before the episode came to an end, Wayne talked with a few of the features on his new Funeral deluxe album – Tory Lanez, Benny The Butcher and Conway The Machine. You can check out videos of all of this after the jump below!

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