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Throwback Thursday: Scans Of Lil Wayne’s Cover Story For Ozone Magazine’s December 2006 Issue

Scans Of Lil Wayne Cover Story For Ozone Magazine December 2006 Issue

After seeing scans from the February 2006 issue last year, I have decided to share scans from Lil Wayne‘s cover story for the December 2006 issue of Ozone magazine for #ThrowbackThursday today.

In an interview with Eric Perrin for the mag, Weezy discussed everything from being signed to Cash Money Records, if he believes good emcees are born or made, Jay-Z, staying loyal to Cash Money, his relationship with Birdman, why he thinks he has been so successful, and being an official member of Boyz N Da Hood.

Young Buck recently said some pretty bold statements in an interview about you and Baby supposedly kissing on a tour bus.
Who is that? I don’t know who you’re talking about.

Okay, so do you have any messages for all the haters who have made different allegations about you recently?
Stop hating, get money.

You can check out scans from Tunechi‘s cover story below that also includes him talking about creating the song “Georgia… Bush“, New Orleans, the I Can’t Feel My Face joint project with Juelz Santana, sex, what advice he would give to girls who want to get him in bed with them, Trina, the freakiest text message he has ever received off a girl, Solange, HIV and AIDS, planning to create a Louisiana Bayou Blast mixtape, and much more!

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Throwback Thursday: Scans Of Lil Wayne’s Cover Story For Murder Dog Magazine’s 1998 Issue

Scans Of Lil Wayne Cover Story For Murder Dog Magazine 1998 Issue

I have decided to share scans from Lil Wayne‘s cover story for the 1998 Hot Boys issue of Murder Dog magazine for #ThrowbackThursday today.

In his interview, Weezy spoke on Cash Money Records, the Hot Boys, what makes each of the members unique, joining B.G. aka Lil Doogie when he was going by the name of Baby D to create The B.G.z group, their True Story album, and leaving The B.G.z by his mother Cita’s request after he shot himself.

Tune also talked about Lil Slim bringing him to Cash Money, his debut solo studio album Tha Block Is Hot, what made him want to first start rapping, New Orleans, school, his daughter Reginae Carter, having a song called “Fuck The World” even though this was a time when he didn’t curse in his music, losing his daddy Rabbit to some haters, how everything changed for him when Rabbit died, and much more!

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Toya Wright Explains Why She Thinks Lil Wayne & Christina Milian’s Relationship Is A “Hot Mess”

Toya Wright Explains Why She Thinks Lil Wayne & Christina Milian Relationship Is A Hot Mess

Toya Wright sits down with VladTV to discuss her upcoming projects that includes a new book being released in 2015, as well as shares her opinions on Raven-Symone saying she doesn’t want to be labeled as an African-American anymore, Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose’s relationship, haters on Instagram and more.

During their conversation, Toya also explained why it bothers her when she is labeled as “Lil Wayne‘s baby mama”, why she thinks Wayne and Christina Milian‘s relationship is a “hot mess”, and being friends with Wayne‘s other three baby mamas to keep the relationship between the kids all good.

You can check out what Toya Wright says in the two videos below!

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50 Cent Speaks On People Comparing Lil Wayne’s New Songs To His Older Music

50 Cent Speaks On People Comparing Lil Waynes New Songs To His Older Music

XXL magazine recently interviewed 50 Cent and during the interview, 50 spoke on how even though Lil Wayne is still one of the best rappers in hip-hop today, so many people are just comparing all of his new music to his older songs off his Tha Carter albums.

On your last verse from “My Life” you say, “I haven’t been this fucking confused since I was a kid.” What did you mean by that?
It’s being in the position where you’re the happiest person in the world, because the general public is deciding to support you as an artist, and it’s almost a dream sequence for you as an artist. Everything’s going your way, right? And you’re successful long enough for the artist community to put a shadow of doubt over you. Meaning the guy that wants next, that wants to be the next artist, he wants his turn. So, if you stay in a position where you’re winning, he goes, “Damn, I won’t get a chance to be No. 1 as long as he’s around, because he’s No. 1.” For some reason, they think they gotta get rid of the guy that’s No. 1. It’s like, you reach a certain point in your career—right now, I believe Wayne is at that point. He’s had so many successful records that I hear people go, “Yeah, it’s cool, but it ain’t as good as it was when Tha Carter came out.” And that’s exactly what they did to me with Get Rich or Die Tryin’. So it feels like a cycle of things that artists experience.

So you think that kind of feeling is more a reflection of other people than the music itself, whether it’s you or Wayne or whoever?
Exactly. When you get talent out there and they making good music—I mean, music marks time, so you never really get a second chance. Wayne came in as an artist—when that Carter record worked, he had been working how long before he got to that point? That wasn’t a new artist. He was established, so he was ready for the attention and for the run that he actually got.

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