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LPB Poody Talks Working With Lil Wayne, His “Joker” Bar On The “Batman” Remix & More [Video]

LPB Poody Talks Working With Lil Wayne, His Joker Bar On The Batman Remix & More

LPB Poody recently participated in an interview with DJ Mad Max on his “Sports And Hip-Hop” show that you can watch below.

At the 4:30 mark of their convo, LPB spoke about Lil Wayne‘s influence on himself and how his main Wayne era was from the Hot Boys onwards plus Tha Carter.

Later on in their conversation at the 7:40 mark, Poody revealed how his Tunechi feature on the Batman” remix came about and mentioned Tune sent the verse back to him straight away.

The Orlando rapper also discussed the “I paint her whole face white just like the Joker” bar, Weezy reaching out to him after the collaboration about working together again, and why Mr. Carter is the “Michael Jordan of Rap”!

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Lil Wayne Talks “Best Rapper Alive” Mentality, Influence, Skateboarding & More With The Players Company [Video]

Lil Wayne Talks Best Rapper Alive Mentality, Influence, Skateboarding & More With The Players Company

A few months ago, Lil Wayne and Darren Waller sat down with Darnell Smith for a “Players Day Off” interview at NRG Recording Studios in Los Angeles, California.

During their conversation, Weezy discussed his “welcome to the rap game” was being on tour with the Hot Boys, his “best rapper alive” mentality when approaching every song as he is always competing against himself, meditating, and his influence on the new generation of rappers.

Tunechi also revealed to The Players Company where his love for skateboarding came from, who the greatest skaters in hip-hop alive are, and played a game at the end of their convo, which showed Tune did not know remember lyrics from his “Steady Mobbin’” and “Lollipop (Remix)” songs!

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Lil Wayne Has A New Interview On The Way With Darnell Smith & Darren Waller [Pictures & Footage]

Lil Wayne Has A New Interview On The Way With Darnell Smith & Darren Waller

Last week, Lil Wayne participated in a new sit-down interview with Darnell Smith and Darren Waller at NRG Recording Studios in Los Angeles, California.

There is currently no word on when the full conversation will be released, but what we do know is that it was filmed for The Players Company and CrossOvr Collective.

You can check out some behind the scenes photos and footage from the upcoming interview below, which also included Darnell talking to Wayne about the “Safe sex is great sex, better wear a latex; Cause you don’t want that late text, that ‘I think I’m late’ text” bar off the “Lollipop” remix (and Wayne does not remember it)!

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Baker Mayfield References A Lil Wayne Lyric To Praise Myles Garrett

Baker Mayfield References A Lil Wayne Lyric To Praise Myles Garrett

After the Cleveland Browns won 10-7 against the Houston Texans in a NFL game on Sunday, Baker Mayfield was asked in a press conference what he thought about the defensive performance of his fellow Browns team-mate, Myles Garrett.

The American football quarterback referenced an iconic bar from Lil Wayne‘s “6 Foot, 7 Foot” single when praising Garrett by saying: “I think Myles took the approach of ‘Real Gs move in silence like lasagna’.”

You can watch Baker quote the classic Wayne line during his interview in a clip after the jump below!

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Blac Chyna Breaks Down Her Reference On Lil Wayne’s “Ball Hard” Song [Video]

Blac Chyna Breaks Down Her Reference On Lil Wayne Ball Hard Song

Blac Chyna sits down with Genius to appear on their “Between The Lines” series, which you can watch below.

During the 3:30 mark, Chyna explains Lil Wayne‘s reference to her on his “Ball Hard” song off the Funeral album.

“Taylor Swift, tailor-made, made in China, Blac Chyna, Black Mamba, baby mama, Lady Gaga; Wait, Rihanna, ball hard, Sinead O’Connor”

The former stripper also reveals that she has never ever danced for Wayne even though there has been a fake image circulating the net!

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