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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Waves A USA Flag Over Drake’s Head While The National Anthem Is Being Sung [Video]

Lil Wayne Waves A USA Flag Over Drake Head While The National Anthem Is Being Sung

Today for #ThrowbackThursday, you can watch a funny video involving Lil Wayne and Drake that was filmed during the 2012 NBA All-Star Game at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida back on February 26th, 2012.

The clip shows Weezy taking one of his Adidas JS Wings 2.0 “Stars & Stripes” sneakers off and holding it up in the air while the United States of America’s national anthem is being sung, “The Star-Spangled Banner“.

You can also see Tunechi taking out a USA handkerchief and waving it around over Drizzy Drake (who is obviously Canadian), and on top of his head. Check out the hilarious video and Drizzy‘s reaction after the jump below for #TBT!

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Chance The Rapper & Lil Wayne Perform “No Problem” Live At NBA All-Star Game [Video]

Chance The Rapper & Lil Wayne Perform No Problem Live At NBA All Star Game

The following day after performing with Damian “Dame D.O.L.L.A.” Lillard on February 15th, Lil Wayne hit the stage with Chance The Rapper at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois.

Chance brought out Wayne, who was rocking pants created from Kobe Bryant jerseys, to perform their “No Problem” collaboration live during the halftime show at the 69th annual NBA All-Star Game.

During his verse, Weezy switched up the lyrics a little bit to pay tribute to Kobe and his daughter Gianna after they passed away from a helicopter crash less than a month ago: “Rest in peace to Kobe Bryant and his daughter, blood”.

You can check out the Chicago rapper and Tunechi performing live at this year’s NBA All-Star Weekend event after the jump below. Fabolous event witnessed Tune‘s 2 sons rapping his “No Problem” verse word for word!

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Damian “Dame D.O.L.L.A.” Lillard & Lil Wayne Perform Live Together For The Very First Time Over NBA All-Star Weekend [Video]

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On February 15th, Damian Lillard aka Dame D.O.L.L.A. brought out Lil Wayne and Jeremih during his 2020 NBA All-Star Weekend set at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois.

The rapper/NBA player and Weezy performed their “Run It Up” collaboration off the Confirmed album live, which also makes it the very first time these two have both appeared on stage together.

“D. Lill in the building, he one of us; Number 8 24, put your numbers up”

You can watch their live performance at this year’s NBA All-Star Weekend event that includes Tunechi switching his lyrics up a little bit to pay tribute to Kobe Bryant after the jump below. Enjoy!

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Lil Wayne To Perform With Chance The Rapper & Damian “Dame D.O.L.L.A.” Lillard During NBA All-Star Game Halftime Show

Lil Wayne To Perform With Chance The Rapper & Damian Dame DOLLA Lillard During NBA All Star Game Halftime Show

Tomorrow (February 16th), Lil Wayne will be performing live during the 69th annual NBA All-Star Game halftime show at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois.

As well as Wayne, there is also headlining performances from Chance The Rapper, DJ Khaled, Quavo, and Damian “Dame D.O.L.L.A.” Lillard.

This means it’s very possible that they could perform “I’m The One“, “No Problem” and “Sorry“. The event will be airing live from 8:00PM EST on NBA on TNT tomorrow! Will you be tuning in?

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LaMarcus Aldridge Puts Lil Wayne In His All-Star Rap Roster

LaMarcus Aldridge Puts Lil Wayne In His All Star Rap Roster

During 2019 NBA All-Star Weekend, professional basketball player LaMarcus Aldridge participated in a little Q&A session.

For one of the questions, the San Antonio Spurs athlete was asked who would his All-Star rap roster be if he had to make a top 5 to which he responded with:

“My starting five on my rap roster? That’s tough. You all ask me questions that take time to figure out. Jay-Z, for sure. Wayne, J. Cole. I’m missing people I listen to all the time. Rick Ross. A little bit of everybody.”

Even though it was more of a top 4, what are your thoughts on Aldridge‘s list?

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