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Lil Wayne Names His Basketball Mt. Rushmore While Wearing Mitchell & Ness NBA Remix Jersey [Video]

Lil Wayne Names His Basketball Mt Rushmore While Wearing His Mitchell & Ness NBA Remix Jersey

While rocking his new limited NBA Remix edition jersey in collaboration with Bleacher Report and Mitchell & Ness, Lil Wayne participated in a quick one question and answer.

Tunechi was asked who would be on his NBA Mount Rushmore to which he named the following: Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O’Neal, and Allen Iverson.

You can watch the clip below! What are your thoughts on Weezy‘s New Orleans Jazz jersey and who would be on your basketball Mt. Rushmore?

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Lil Wayne Says He Could Have Died From His Recent Seizures, Talks New Album & More

Lil Wayne recently called into Power 106 to speak with DJ Felli Fel about his recent health problems, his I Am Not A Human Being II album, MTV’s “Hottest MCs In The Game” list, and plenty more. This is also the first interview that Weezy F Baby has took part in since he was released from hospital just over a week ago after suffering from a few seizures.

During the interview, Wayne jokes to Felli Fel that he hates his new album, explains what he means when he says he is not a human being, what his thoughts are about the New Orleans Hornets changing their name to Pelicans, if he thinks he will ever be allowed to attend a Miami Heat game again after walking out and dissing their players, why he thinks he did not make this year’s “Hottest MCs In The Game” list by MTV, and what a “Trippy Kit” is.

Mr. Carter also clears up the situation about his current health issue and talks about how his recent seizures could have killed him. He says he is epileptic, so he is prone to suffering from seizures and confirms that he has them more than we hear about him having them. Tune also mentions if he is upset with TMZ or not for what they posted on their website about him being read his last rights.

You can listen to the full interview in the clip above.