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Lil Wayne To Headline “Shaq’s Fun House” Festival + Shaquille O’Neal Calls Wayne “The Greatest To Ever Do It”

Lil Wayne To Headline Shaqs Fun House Festival + Shaquille ONeal Calls Wayne The Greatest To Ever Do It

Lil Wayne has been announced as a headliner for Shaq’s Fun House, which will be taking place during Super Bowl Big Game Weekend at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles, California on Friday, February 11th.

If you wish to attend the FTX cryptocurrency-hosted festival and see Tunechi perform live, as well as Zedd, Diplo, DJ Irie and DJ Diesel aka Shaquille O’Neal, click here to order your tickets online.

Shaq also participated in an interview with Madison Brodsky to promote his upcoming event. During their conversation, the former professional basketball player called Weezy “the greatest to ever do it”. Check it out below!

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Killer Mike Calls Lil Wayne “One Of The Greatest Rappers On Fucking Earth”

Killer Mike Calls Lil Wayne One Of The Greatest Rappers On Fucking Earth

Killer Mike recently took part in an interview with John Heilemann for the “Hell & High Water” podcast, which you can listen to in full below.

During their conversation, Mike shared his thoughts on Lil Wayne meeting US President Donald Trump and how he believes Wayne was given a few million dollars to show his support.

“I don’t know why Wayne did the endorsement… but I suspect, like 50 Cent said, they offer you a million bucks, shoot… They offered 50 a million. Shit, they might’ve offered Weezy three or four, you know?”

Even though he is not sure what to think of Weezy endorsing Trump, the Run The Jewels emcee did have huge praise for him: “I’m still a Lil Wayne fan. He is one of the greatest rappers on fucking earth.”

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Fat Joe Says All New Rappers Are Using Lil Wayne’s Flows, Calls Lil Uzi Vert A “Bad Version” Of Wayne

Fat Joe Says All New Rappers Are Using Lil Wayne Flows, Calls Lil Uzi Vert A Bad Version Of Wayne

Fat Joe recently did an interview with Ebro Darden on Beats 1 and during their interview, he had a lot of praise for Lil Wayne.

Joey Crack mentioned that he believes all of these “new rappers” are using old flows from Tunechi, as well as that he thinks Lil Uzi Vert is just a “bad version” of Tune:

“When you hear all these little kids now, who doing hip-hop music, those is all Lil Wayne’s flows. Every last one. Lil Uzi is a bad version of Lil Wayne. It’s not as good as Lil Wayne, I’mma just be honest with you. And he’s good, and I like his songs. Lil Uzi, I got nothing but love for you. He ain’t as good as Lil Wayne, that’s impossible. Lil Wayne was considered, he’s one of the greatest, he’s a G.O.A.T. Not only that, he was lyrically considered the best rapper on earth for a couple of years. Lil Uzi Vert ain’t gonna to get that. And it’s with no disrespect, because I like Lil Uzi Vert and I like a lot of his records. I cannot front, I actually bought his album. It’s a good album. I don’t want to take it disrespectful in no way, but Lil Wayne is Lil Wayne.”

Of course, Joe didn’t mean no disrespect to Uzi with what he said, but you have to admit he wasn’t lying. You can check out exactly what the Terror Squad founder said in a clip below!

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Joe Budden Calls Lil Wayne “The GOAT”, Offers A Suggestion On How He Might Be Able To Leave Cash Money [Video]

Joe Budden Calls Lil Wayne The GOAT, Offers A Suggestion On How He Might Be Able To Leave Cash Money

On episode 110 of Complex’s “Everyday Struggle” series, Joe Budden shared his thoughts on Lil Wayne when asked about his opinion on the recent situation with Wayne ending his concert in Idaho early after someone threw a bottle of water at him.

Before talking about how Tunechi handled the situation, Joe had plenty of praise for Tune by calling him “the GOAT”, “the greatest”, “a megastar”, and more. He also added a suggestion to how he might be able to leave Birdman and that’s by changing his stage name similar to how Prince did when he wanted to leave his record label.

You can check out Joe Budden complimenting Lil Wayne from the 9:10 mark in the video after the jump below. Budden and Weezy last collaborated on “She Don’t Put It Down” for anyone that forgot!

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Cool & Dre Discuss Working With Lil Wayne, Why They Appreciate Him & More [Video]

Cool & Dre Discuss Working With Lil Wayne, Why They Appreciate Him & More

Cool & Dre sat down with Rap-Up recently to discuss working with Lil Wayne and “flooding” him with new music at The Hit Factory Criteria Recording Studios in Miami, Florida.

The production duo also mentioned that Wayne‘s Tha Carter V album has been done for a while now, but they do not know if he will be adding new music on the project.

During their conversation, Dre called Weezy “one of the greatest artists of all time”, “one of the dopest lyricists ever”, and a “superstar icon”.

They even explained why they appreciate Tunechi and shared their thoughts on the “Big 3” – Tune, Drake and Nicki Minaj. You can check out the interview in a video below!

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