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JAG Speaks On Rapping In Front Of Lil Wayne & Seeing His Reaction [Video]

JAG Speaks On Rapping In Front Of Lil Wayne & Seeing His Reaction

JAG has shared a video online of him discussing the opportunity to get the chance to rap in front of Lil Wayne during episode 22 of the “I Am Athlete” podcast.

In the clip, Chubby Jag spoke about witnessing Tunechi‘s reaction to him rapping (Tune slamming the lighter down on an ash tray and the glass smashing).

The North Carolina battle rapper also mentioned that when he saw Weezy get up and walk off is what made him stop rapping and get up himself to walk off! Check it all out below.

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Lil Wayne Appears On “I Am Athlete”, Talks Longevity, Legacy, Creativity, Rap & More [Video]

Lil Wayne Appears On I Am Athlete, Talks Longevity, Legacy, Creativity, Rap & More

Lil Wayne was the recent special guest on episode 22 of “I Am Athlete“, which included him sitting down with former NFL players Brandon Marshall, Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson and Adam “Pac-Man” Jones, as well as Omar Kelly for an interview.

During their sit-down talk, Wayne spoke about everything from longevity, if he wants to leave a legacy, evolving in music, seeing the potential in Nicki Minaj and Drake, recording 10,000 Bars with DJ Raj Smoove, and the early parts of his career.

Weezy also discussed his creativity, where he thinks rap is going, the new artists he is currently listening to (Baby Keem and Young Dolph), his artist Euro, what he thinks Aaron Rodgers will do with the Green Bay Packers, why he is a Packers fan, and much more.

Also in their conversation, Ochocinco challenged Tunechi to a rap cypher that included the rappers Lil Dred, Jag, Gorditoflo, Euro, and more. You can check it all out in the video after the jump below!

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Jake Paul Reveals His Role Model Growing Up Was Lil Wayne [Video]

Jake Paul Reveals His Role Model Growing Up Was Lil Wayne

Jake Paul recently paid a visit to the “I Am Athlete” studio to chop it up with former NFL players Brandon Marshall, Fred Taylor and Channing Crowder.

While talking about if he is a bad influence on kids, Jake believes it is the parents role to monitor what kids watch online. He even goes on to prove his point by saying his role model growing up was Lil Wayne, who raps about drugs and curses frequently in his music, but he has turned out fine.

“My role model who I watched growing up was Lil Wayne… what the fuck he was talking about?… Molly, f*cking bitches, tattoos, f*cking everything”

You can watch the clip of the YouTuber and boxer revealing his information, as well as his full interview after the jump below! Was you aware that Jake Paul‘s influence growing up was Wayne?

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