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Lil Wayne Makes Front Cover On Hip Hop Weekly Magazine + More

Lil Wayne Makes Front Cover On Hip Hop Weekly Magazine

Lil Wayne covers the front cover of Hip Hop Weekly in their new issue. Check out what Birdman, Wayne’s lawyer Stacy Richman, and a retired NYPD officer are saying about the case below:

“This had nothing to do with DNA at all, because the DNA prospects that they were trying to put on this case had very little to do with the facts of the case itself.” – Lil Wayne’s attorney explaining clarifying why her client copped a plea in his N.Y. gun case.

“We won’t miss a beat. We work hard and work a lot, so it ain’t nothin’.” – Cash Money CEO Baby commenting on how Weezy’s incarceration will affect their business.

“They wanted Wayne. The guy was on stage at the Beacon talking bad about cops who were ten feet from him. What did he expect to happen when he left?” – Retired NYPD officer who spoke anonymously on the Lil Wayne case.

Via HHW, and hit the jump below to see two interviews of QD3 speaking about The Carter” Documentary:

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Jay Sean Talks Lil Wayne & His Prison Sentence + Weezy Performing At The American Music Awards?

Watch the video above to see Jay Sean talk about his experience with Lil Wayne when they where performing in the UK, and how he is dealing with Weezy‘s upcoming jail time.

Also according to Rap-Up, Lil Wayne will be performing with Shakira at the 2009 American Music Awards which airs on Sunday, November 22 at 8PM EST on ABC.


Birdman Speaks On Lil Wayne’s Jail Time + Says Hot Boys Album Is Done

Birdman Speaks On Lil Waynes Jail Time + Says Hot Boys Album Is Done

Cash Money CEO addressed Lil Wayne’s upcoming jail stint, which will make him the third Hot Boy to be incarcerated, putting the group’s possible reunion on hold.

Young Money CEO Lil Wayne is facing up to a year in prison for a weapon violation in New York, while B.G. was arrested for possession of guns and drugs during a traffic stop in New Orleans last Tuesday (November 3).

“We got a hell of a plan and hell of a strategy,” Baby told Eric B. & Friends on AllHipHop Radio today (November 9).

“I promise you, you’ll think he [Lil Wayne] never left the streets. It ain’t much about the music at this point with my son, like fuck the music,” Baby said. “We got to go through something family wise, that the fans and nobody else will ever have to go through. This is the first time I will ever be without my child that means the world to me. This is where Blood stick together.”

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