Above, you can watch a recap of GQ magazine’s 2013 Super Bowl party that took place in New Orleans, Louisiana on February 2nd. The clip includes Birdman listening to “Rich As Fuck (R.A.F)“, giving updates on new singles released from his YMCMB artists, and Lil Wayne performing at the event.
Above, you can watch some footage of Lil Wayne performing “John” live at GQ magazine’s 2013 Super Bowl party in New Orleans, Louisiana on February 2nd. If more clips of Weezy F Baby‘s performance from this event surfaces online, I’ll be sure to update this post!
Earlier today, Lil Wayne chopped it up with to Alison Fensterstock from NOLA.com at the Macy’s store in Lakeside Shopping Center on 3301 Veterans Memorial Boulevard in Metarie, Louisiana.
They discussed where Tunechi bought his clothes from when he was a child, a TRUKFIT clothing line for women, what he will be wearing at GQ magazine’s 2013 Super Bowl party, why he will not be rocking a suit at the event, a Hot Boys reunion (says he is ready to go), Turk being released from jail, and more.
You can read a few excerpts from the rest of Alison‘s interview with Weezy F Baby below (which did not make the video) were they talked about the artwork for I Am Not A Human Being II that Kanye West designed, the album itself, watching skate videos, and listening to Too $hort all day.
Next year, Lil Wayne will be performing live at GQ magazine’s 2013 Super Bowl party in New Orleans, Louisiana on February 2nd. The event, which is sponsored by Lacoste and Mercedes-Benz, is an invitation-only bash. You can read Weezy F Baby‘s statement about this announcement below!
“As a lifelong sports fan and a proud New Orleans native, I’m excited to partner with GQ, a publication that has long supported me, for this year’s party. I ain’t got no worries that this will be the best Super Bowl party ever.”
Two days ago, we got the front cover of GQ magazine’s November issue with Lil Wayne, Eminem and Keith Richards on, and now we have Weezy‘s interview that will be featured in the magazine. In the interview, Tunechi speaks on selling over one million copies of Tha Carter IV in the first week, retiring at the age of 35, being locked up behind bars, syrup, weed, being sober, skateboarding, his relationship with his biological father, and more! You can read the full interview after the jump below, as well as view some behind the scenes footage from GQ‘s photo shoot with Tune.
Lil Wayne, Eminem and Rolling Stones member Keith Richards make the front cover of GQ magazine’s November issue, which will hit newsstands on October 25th.
Hit the jump to view a picture of Weezy from the photo shoot as well as some behind the scenes footage from the shoot with a bunch of other music artists.