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Robert Hoobler Aka Uncle Bob Says Lil Wayne Has Offered To Assist Him Financially For Life

Robert Hoobler Aka Uncle Bob Says Lil Wayne Has Offered To Assist Him Financially For Life

The former police officer who saved Lil Wayne‘s life when he attempted suicide at 12-years-old, Robert Hoobler, has revealed to TMZ that Wayne told him personally he has his back for life if he ever needs anything.

Uncle Bob mentioned he met Tunechi back in 2019 when he had a radio show in his hometown of New Orleans and says Tune offered to assist him with any financial support that he may need.

To this day, Robert has not accepted the offer but he did add there has been a conversation to see if Bob can join Weezy‘s team in an administrative type of role.

They also discussed the “London Roads” controversy where Mr. Carter raps: “Ms. Cita, I remember goin’ in your gun drawer; Puttin’ it to my chest and missin’ my heart by centimeters; Oh Lord, I remember dyin’ on her room floor; And wakin’ up in some police’s arms; He died recent, so I hope heaven made more room for him; And I hope he see me, cause if he didn’t save that lil’ boy there would be no Weezy, oh Lord”

Robert Hoobler says Lil Wayne had heard rumors that he had passed away and so Wayne was even ready to pay for his funeral costs. However, from my personal understanding, I believe Bob had been in a bad car crash and lost both of his legs, which you can see from the picture above!

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Chubbie Baby Recalls Working With Lil Wayne On “I Can’t Feel My Face”, Keri Hilson’s “Turnin Me On” & Ester Dean’s “Drop It Low” Remix [Video]

Chubbie Baby Recalls Working With Lil Wayne On I Cant Feel My Face, Keri Hilson Turnin Me On & Ester Dean Drop It Low Remix

Chubbie Baby recently chopped it up with DGB for an “Off The Porch” interview, which you can check out below.

During their conversation, Chubbie spoke on having production on the unreleased Lil Wayne and Juelz Santana collaboration album, I Can’t Feel My Face, including the “Bad Side” song. He also shared the story of how “Leanin’ Low” with himself, Wayne and Juelz came about.

The CEO of AweSomLife Entertainment then explained how he ended up getting a Tunechi feature on Keri Hilson‘s “Turnin’ Me On” single for producer Polow Da Don straight away. Chubbie mentioned that instead of receiving money from Polow, he instead asked for a job at Zone 4 and got it. While working at the Zone 4 record label, he was the reason behind Tune jumping on Ester Dean‘s “Drop It Low” remix!

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Yaj From Vice Versa Discusses Looking Up To Lil Wayne, New Orleans, Signing To Young Money & More [Video]

Yaj From Vice Versa Discusses Looking Up To Lil Wayne, New Orleans, Signing To Young Money & More

DJ Demi Lobo from Dash Radio has interviewed nearly the whole roster of Young Money Entertainment recently, and now here is their interview with Yaj from Vice Versa.

During their 20-minute conversation, Yaj talked about quarantining in New York, COVID-19, his “Yaj” name coming from “Jay” backwards, which part of New Orleans he is from, looking up to Lil Wayne, and what he thinks Wayne saw in him.

The Vice Versa rapper also shared stories about how he, Poppy H and HoodyBaby were all on a plane while someone was coughing terribly behind them, as well as how he left his Walmart job once he signed to Young Mula. Check out the full interview below!

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Cortez Bryant Explains Everything About Lil Wayne’s Problems With Cash Money & “Tha Carter V” Album

Cortez Bryant Explains Everything About Lil Wayne Problems With Cash Money & Tha Carter 5 Album

Lil Wayne‘s best friend and manager, Cortez Bryant, recently sat down with Elliott Wilson and Brian “B.Dot” Miller for a brilliant interview on episode 79 of their “Rap Radar” podcast.

Tez Poe gave away plenty of unknown information about Weezy, what happened with the release of Tha Carter V, the situation with the Cash Money lawsuit, relationships with Birdman and Slim, and so much more.

You can listen to the full 85-minute conversation, watch excerpts of it, and see notes of what Cortez talks about all after the jump below. Enjoy!

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Lil Wayne Talks About His Fellow Inmates, Getting Into A Fight, Hearing His Son Say “Da-Da” For The First Time & Recording Drake’s “Light Up” Behind Bars

Lil Wayne Talks About His Fellow Inmates, Getting Into A Fight, Hearing His Son Say

Later this month, Lil Wayne will release his “Gone ‘Til November: A Journal of Rikers Island” memoir, and today, the first few pages from Wayne‘s book have surfaced online via Vulture.

In the pages, we can read what the first few days were like in prison for Weezy, what exactly he got up to, what he ate, who the inmates he got along with were, getting a suicidal-protection aide job, becoming friends with C.O.’s, getting into a fight on the yard, finding out the news Drake had slept with his girl, rapping for inmates, being visited by Diddy, Kanye West, Chris Paul, and more.

Tunechi also revealed he cried when he first heard his cell door lock behind him, he heard his son Dwayne Michael Carter III say “da-da” for the very first time over the phone while locked up, he never ever wants to go back to jail, and being told Drizzy wants him on his “Light Up” remix and to record his verse over the phone. Hit the jump or click here to read excerpts from the first few pages of Tune‘s “Gone ‘Til November” book!

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