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Throwback Thursday: Scans Of Lil Wayne & Birdman’s Cover Story For XXL Magazine’s 2006 Issue

Scans Of Lil Wayne & Birdman Cover Story For XXL Magazine 2006 Issue

For #ThrowbackThursday today, I have decided to share scans from Lil Wayne and Birdman‘s cover story for the December 2006 issue of XXL magazine, which took place not long after their Like Father, Like Son collaboration album had been released in stores.

In an interview with Jon Caramanica for the mag, Weezy and Baby discussed everything from how they first met each other, why artists such as Juvenile, Mannie Fresh, B.G. and Turk all left Cash Money Records, and how they really felt about that.

You put out the “I Miss My Dawgs” song, and you said it came from a sincere place. The other [Hot Boys] guys said it was some sport of publicity stunt. How did that make you feel?
Fuck them niggas. They should be happy a nigga was still seeing them at that time. I don’t see them no more. Literally. They dead to me, man.

You can check out scans from Wayne and Baby‘s cover story below, courtesy of RSA, that also includes the two of them chatting about their family-like relationship, the early Cash Money days, relocating to Miami from New Orleans, and much more!

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Kidd Kidd Explains His Fall Out With Lil Wayne, The “Mrs. Officer” Music Video & Leaving Young Money

Kidd Kidd Explains His Fall Out With Lil Wayne, The Mrs Officer Music Video & Leaving Young Money

Kidd Kidd recently participated in an interview with Maloney for Breaking Wreckords Radio, which you can check out below.

During their conversation, Kidd explained exactly what happened with the fall out with Lil Wayne and deciding to leave the Young Money Entertainment record label.

The New Orleans rapper also mentioned he never received any money from his deal with YM and told the story of how he was left out of the “Mrs. Officer” music video that in the end was one big miscommunication!

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Omarion Says Lil Wayne Is More Of An “Artist” Than A “Boss”, Talks Signing To & Leaving Young Money [Video]

Omarion Says Lil Wayne Is More Of An Artist Than A Boss, Talks Signing & Leaving Young Money

Omarion recently sat down with Vlad TV for an interview that you can watch below.

During their conversation, O discussed signing a contract with Young Money and leaving after one week, due to business decisions and never receiving his advance check.

The Inglewood singer-songwriter also mentioned that leaving this deal with YM had nothing to do with Lil Wayne as he knows Wayne is an artist first, but after having conversations with him and Mack Maine he worked out that they are not bosses!

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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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Jae Millz Speaks On Leaving Young Money, Loyalty To Lil Wayne & More

Jae Millz Speaks On Leaving Young Money, Loyalty To Lil Wayne & More

Former Young Money artist Jae Millz recently chopped it up with AllHipHop at OG King Louie’s dispensary in downtown Los Angeles to chat all about his departure from Lil Wayne‘s record label.

Millzy also spoke on his loyalty to Tunechi and Young Mula, the BET Awards banning their “Every Girl” performance in 2009, seeing the Tune vs. Birdman situation coming before the actual lawsuit, and plenty more.

You can read everything what Jae had to say after the jump below!

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J. Prince Discusses Lil Wayne’s Release From Cash Money Records [Video]

J Prince Discusses Lil Wayne Release From Cash Money Records

James Prince sits down with Justin Hunte for The Company Man to promote his new book, The Art & Science Of Respect, and to react to the news of Lil Wayne leaving Cash Money Records.

The Rap-A-Lot Records CEO said it is a big success for Tunechi to be released from Cash Money and mentioned he knows exactly how Tune will celebrate as he is a workaholic.

Also during their conversation, which you can watch below, J. Prince revealed he is a Weezy fan himself and that he is glad he is now free and wishes him the best!

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