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Lil Wayne Parties At LIV In Miami, Vibes Out To Roddy Ricch’s “The Box” & Throws Up Gang Signs To “Duffle Bag Boy” [Videos & Pictures]

Lil Wayne Parties At LIV In Miami, Vibes Out To Roddy Ricch The Box, Throws Up Gang Signs To Duffle Bag Boy

On March 8th, Lil Wayne paid a visit to LIV nightclub in Miami, Florida for one of his frequent “LIV on Sunday’s” appearances.

Weezy was joined by Yo Gotti and his Young Money artists while he was also spotted throwing up Blood gang signs to “Duffle Bag Boy” and vibing out to Roddy Ricch’s “The Box“.

You can check out some more photos and footage of Tunechi at LIV in Miami last month after the jump below!

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Odell Beckham Jr. Jams Out & Raps Along To Classic Lil Wayne Songs [Video]

Odell Beckham Jr Jams Out & Raps Along To Classic Lil Wayne Songs

Similar to LeBron James earlier this year, Odell Beckham Jr. recently took to social media to show himself listening to a few classic Lil Wayne songs while traveling.

In the clip, which you can watch below, the professional NFL player can be seen bumping and rapping along to Wayne‘s “Tha Mobb“, “Upgrade“, “Knuck If You Buck“, “Told Y’all“, and “No Quitter, Go Getter” tracks.

If you didn’t already know, Odell Beckham and Tunechi have been close ever since OBJ walked out to Tune‘s “Ride For My Niggas” song during the 2014 NFL Draft. Since then, they have participated in an interview for ESPN together and the Cleveland Browns American football wide receiver also has a portrait of Weezy tattooed on his thigh!

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Lil Wayne Attends His Pre-Roll Event At STORY Nightclub With His Young Money Artists [Video]

Lil Wayne Attends His Pre-Roll Event At STORY Nightclub With His Young Money Artists

Over the weekend on February 16th, Lil Wayne hosted a Pre-Roll event at STORY Nightclub in Miami, Florida.

During the Rolling Loud party, Weezy could be seen arriving and leaving the club, as well as jamming out to “SICKO MODE“, “Mob Ties“, “Duffle Bag Boy“, “Plain Jane (Remix)“, “6 Foot, 7 Foot“, “Going Bad“, “A Milli“, and more songs.

You can check out some footage of Tunechi at STORY Nightclub with his Young Money artists and affiliates Stephanie Acevedo, Gudda Gudda, Euro, Cortez Bryant, and T@ after the jump below!

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Key Glock Jams Out & Raps Along To “Ride For My Niggas”, Calls Lil Wayne His “Favorite Rapper” [Video]

Key Glock Jams Out & Raps Along To Ride For My Niggas, Calls Lil Wayne His Favorite Rapper

Key Glock recently took to social media to film himself listening to Lil Wayne‘s “Ride For My Niggas” aka “Sky Is The Limit” song off Da Drought 3.

While rapping along to the classic freestyle, which you can check out below, the Memphis rapper also called Weezy his “favorite rapper”.

Would you like to see a collaboration from the Glock and Tunechi in the future?

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LeBron James Jams Out & Raps Along To Lil Wayne’s “Get High, Screw The World” Song [Video]

LeBron James Jams Out & Raps Along To Lil Wayne Get High Screw The World Song

LeBron James recently took to social media to show himself listening to Lil Wayne‘s Da Drought 3 mixtape in his car.

In the clip, which you can check out below, the professional NBA player can be seen bumping Weezy‘s “Get High, Screw The World” song and rapping along to it.

This is not the first time that Bron has done this, because in 2018 he was spotted jamming out to Tunechi and Kendrick Lamar‘s “Mona Lisa” collaboration, as well as playing old Tune songs while getting tipsy off wine!

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LeBron James Jams Out To Lil Wayne & Kendrick Lamar’s “Mona Lisa” + Puts A Reporter Who Asked Him About Wayne In His Place [Videos]

LeBron James Jams Out To Lil Wayne & Kendrick Lamar Mona Lisa + Puts A Reporter Who Asked Him About Wayne In His Place

Not long after Lil Wayne released his Tha Carter V album, LeBron James took to social media to film himself jamming out to his favorite song off the project – “Mona Lisa” featuring Kendrick Lamar.

“Wowzers!!!!!! ‘Mona Lisa’ Lil Wayne & Kendrick Lamar absolutely murdered this track! #ThaCarterV”

In related news, a reporter asked the NBA player what does it mean to have Weezy back in the hip-hop game with his C5 album to which he rightly responded with:

“Where did he go? He didn’t go anywhere. Wayne’s been making music how long? Since ’96?!”

You can check out clips of these two things after the jump below. Shout out to Bron for putting that reporter in his place!

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