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Lil Wayne Pays A Visit To Eliantte To Purchase Some Bling Bling For Himself & Young Money Artists

Lil Wayne Pays A Visit To Eliantte To Purchase Some Bling Bling For Himself & Young Money Artists

Lil Wayne recently paid a visit to celebrity jeweller Eliantte to purchase some bling bling for himself and for his team.

To gift all of his staff and artists signed to his Young Money record label, Wayne bought several icy “Young Money” chains for everyone.

The Best Rapper Alive also copped a double-sided 3 finger “Cita, Hi Mom” ring from Eliantte. You can see photos and footage of all of this bling above and below!

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Mixed Martial Artist Daniel Cormier Talks Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter V” Album, Reveals His Favorite Songs [Video]

Mixed Martial Artist Daniel Cormier Talks Lil Wayne Tha Carter V Album, Reveals His Favorite Songs

A couple of months ago before UFC 230, Robbie Fox from Barstool Sports sat down with American mixed martial artist Daniel Cormier for a one on one interview.

If you didn’t already know, every time Cormier walks to the UFC ring for a fight, he comes out to Lil Wayne‘s “Right Above It” single featuring Drake off his I Am Not A Human Being album.

While talking about this in their conversation around the 7:15 mark, the former Olympic wrestler was also asked what his thoughts are on Weezy‘s new album Tha Carter V to which he answered “it was real good” and “worth the wait”.

Daniel went on to reveal that his favorite songs off C5 are “Mona Lisa“, “Dark Side Of The Moon“, “Dedicate“, “Uproar“, and even the “I Love You Dwayne” intro from Tunechi‘s mother Cita. You can check out their interview in the video after the jump below!

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Lil Wayne Accepts The “I Am Hip-Hop” Award At 2018 BET Hip-Hop Awards, Gives An Amazing Speech [Video]

Lil Wayne Accepts The I Am Hip Hop Award At 2018 BET Hip-Hop Awards, Gives An Amazing Speech

After finding out about this news last month, Lil Wayne was presented with the “I Am Hip-Hop” award during the 2018 BET Hip-Hop Awards at the Jackie Gleason Theater in Miami, which aired on television last night (October 16th).

Before accepting his award from DJ Khaled and Bun B, a video was played on a big screen of Kendrick Lamar, 2 Chainz, Big Sean, Tory Lanez, Ciara, Ty Dolla $ign, Vic Mensa, Taylor Bennett, Travis Barker, Skip Bayless, Missy Elliott, Mannie Fresh, Khaled, and more all talking about Wayne and his influence on hip-hop.

Weezy walked on stage with his daughter Reginae Carter and his mother Jacida Carter to accept the “I Am Hip-Hop” award before then giving an amazing speech about “refuse”:

“When I say: ‘refuse,’ there’s a man in New Orleans, his name is Uncle Bob. He came into an apartment one day. He bust in the door, guns drawn-he saw nobody. He saw legs on the floor. It was my legs. He saw blood everywhere. Bunch of police hopped over me. He refused to do so. I never knew, I talked to him the other day, I never knew EMS was on the scene. He said EMS tried twice and they told him: ‘there’s nothing.’ He refused to let that die.”

“He told his somebody: ‘come drive this car. Forget a ambulance.’ He brought me to the hospital himself. He refused to wait, he kicked in the doors. He said: ‘you get whatever you gotta do and you make sure this child make it.’ Not only that, that day, Uncle Bob was a homicide detective. He was off on detail. He just heard the call and came. Not only did he refuse to sit, not only [didn’t] he give me to the doctors and leave, he refused to leave, he stayed and made sure that I made it.”

What’s strange is that Mr. Carter made us to believe that Uncle Bob was dead on his “London Roads” song, so it’s good to hear that he is alive. You can watch Tunechi‘s deep acceptance speech and see the video of other music artists praising Tune below!

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Full 40-Minute Interview: Lil Wayne & Odell Beckham Talk Tattoos, “Tha Carter V”, New York Giants, Birdman, Eli Manning & More [Video]

Lil Wayne & Odell Beckham Talk Tattoos, Tha Carter V, New York Giants, Birdman, Eli Manning & More

After seeing Lil Wayne respond to the negative feedback about this interview in the week, we can now watch Odell Beckham Jr. and Wayne sit down with journalist Josina Anderson to discuss all things about music, sports, their careers, relationship, achievements, and more.

During the 40-minute conversation, which ESPN released today, Weezy talked about the first thing that comes to mind when you mention OBJ, the most important tattoo he has on his body, what his darkest hour has been, “Can’t Be Broken“, the New York Giants, and says the situation with Birdman was just “straight confusion”.

Tunechi also opened up about the thought process behind the outro on his Tha Carter V album, “Let It All Work Out“, in which he says it was recorded 4 years ago. Odell speaks on what the first thing that comes to his mind when you mention Lil Wayne, why he got a tattoo of Tune on his leg, his own darkest hour of this year, the New York Giants, Eli Manning, and plenty more!

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Lil Wayne Addresses Signing To Jay Z’s Roc Nation, Talks Aaron Hernandez, Gives An Update On His Cash Money Situation & More

Lil Wayne Addresses Signing To Jay Z Roc Nation, Talks Aaron Hernandez, Gives An Update On His Cash Money Situation & More

Earlier today, Lil Wayne sat down with Skip Bayless for a one on one interview for “Undisputed”, which you can check out below.

During their conversation, Weezy spoke on his Tha Carter III album, his thoughts on Aaron Hernandez committing suicide in jail, the passing of Prince, who he likes more out of Prince and Michael Jackson, the best part about being himself, signing to Jay Z‘s Roc Nation, the Cash Money situation, “No Mercy“, and more.

Skip also called Tunechi a musical genius and explained why he never went and visited Tune in Rikers Island a few years ago. Wayne even revealed that his mother Jacida Carter was in the same classes as Birdman in school!

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Mannie Fresh Recalls Seeing Lil Wayne Drinking, Recording “Fuck Tha World”, His Parents & More

Mannie Fresh Recalls Seeing Lil Wayne Drinking, Recording Fuck Tha World, His Parents & More

Mannie Fresh recently took part in an interview with The FADER to share a lot of cool stories about Lil Wayne in the early days of his music career, which you can read in full below.

In the conversation, Mannie spoke on what it was like first meeting Wayne before he signed to Cash Money Records, the first time hearing him rap, his parents Cita and Rabbit, and the B.G.’z group consisting of Weezy and B.G.

Fresh also discussed witnessing Tunechi recording his “Fuck Tha World” track, recalled seeing him drinking, having no childhood, the Hot Boys studio sessions, Tune always trying to out-rap anyone on a song, and plenty more!

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