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The “Drake vs. Lil Wayne” Tour Stops In Tinley Park, Illinois

The Drake vs Lil Wayne Tour Stops In Tinley Park Illinois

On August 10th, the “Drake vs. Lil Wayne” tour made a stop at the First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre in Tinley Park, Illinois. A guy in attendance managed to capture most of the full show, as well as the “Street Fighter” graphics and the app getting to work at the start of the concert to see who would come out first, which you can watch in a video below that lasts for around 57-minutes.

Tune can be seen performing “Blunt Blowin’“, “John“, “Steady Mobbin’“, “Mr. Carter“, “Ride For My Niggas“, “Go DJ“, “Pop Bottles“, “Hustler Musik“, “Leather So Soft“, “Drop The World“, “I’m Goin’ In“, “How To Love“, “Single“, “Mrs. Officer“, “Every Girl“, “Lollipop“, “Bitches Love Me“, “Bandz A Make Her Dance“, “Make It Rain“, “Duffle Bag Boy“, “Loyal“, “6 Foot, 7 Foot“, and “Rich As Fuck“.

Drizzy performed “Draft Day“, “We Made It“, “The Language“, “Crew Love“, “Show Me A Good Time“, “2 On“, “Over“, “Headlines“, “Pop That“, “0 To 100“, “Fuckin’ Problems“, “Versace“, “Find Your Love“, “Marvin’s Room“, “Hold On, We’re Going Home“, “No Lie“, “I’m On One“, “No New Friends“, and “Us“.

Also during the clip, Weezy F Baby and Drake can be seen dissing each other in a hilarious friendly competitive way. Some examples are Drizzy getting upset that Weezy cut off his verse on “I’m Goin’ In“, so he did the same and cut off Wayne‘s verse on “Pop Dat“. As well as that, we can also see Drake taking a pull of Tunechi‘s blunt, Wayne singing “Hold On, We’re Going Home“, and mocking Drizzy for being on a stripper pole while flying over the crowd.

The winner of the “battle” in Illinois was Drizzy Drake, so that brings the score to 2-1 to Mr. Carter. The two Young Money rappers are next performing on their tour tonight at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, New York!

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Lil Wayne’s Probation Ends!

Lil Wayne Probation Ends

After Lil Wayne was released from prison back in 2010, we found out from TMZ that he was put on probation for 36 months. This meant that Tune could not drink alcohol, take drugs, or associate himself with any other person engaged in criminal activity or with a criminal record.

Today marks three years since Weezy F Baby was released from Rikers Island, so this should also mean that his probation is finally over too!

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Video: Young Money Artists React To Lil Wayne’s “Nino Brown 3” In New York

We were going to include this video into another post on LilWayneHQ, but when we read what MTV put in their article, we just had to make a post for it. You can read the article below and watch the video above were a couple of Young Money artists and Hip Hop experts speak on “The Nino Brown Story Part 3“.

One of the film’s highlights is Wayne‘s reaction to Drake when he hears a verse from “Over” for the first time. In the scene, the two are freestyling in front of a green screen on the set of Drizzy’s “Miss Me” video.

“‘Bout to go Thriller, Mike Jackson on these niggas,” Drake raps. “All I need’s a fucking red jacket with some zippers/ Super good smiddoke, a package of the swishers.”

“Stop,” Wayne yells in admiration, as if to say Drake’s line was too good.

“I did it overnight, it couldn’t happen any quicker,” Drake continues. “Y’all know them? Well, fuck it, me either/ But point the biggest skeptic out, I’ll make him a believer/ It wouldn’t’ be the first time I done it/ Throwin’ hundreds when I should be throwin’ ones.”

Wayne, with a smile on his face yells, “Stop! You should be throwing ones, man.”

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Drake Promises: “You Won’t Even Notice Lil Wayne Is Gone”

On his new single “Over,” Drake raps, “Making sure the Young Money ship is never sinking.” Even though the head of his label, Lil Wayne, is in jail, Drake insisted there’s no way he’ll let the camp slip from its top spot.

“I’m gonna do everything I told him I would do, what I said in the song: keep us afloat till he gets back,” Drake said on the set of his “Over” video. “You won’t even notice he’s gone. Promise.”

Last week, Wayne was sentenced to a year in jail for a 2007 gun-possession charge, but Drake knows his leader will be OK.

Lil Wayne is a legend,” Drake said. “I could never classify Wayne as victim. He’s too strong to me. Wayne is who he wants to be. People don’t understand. It’s really not an act. Lil Wayne is a character you’ll rarely run across, probably for the existence of human beings. He is that guy. He is Lil Wayne for a reason. He’s a rock star, a visionary, a workaholic. He doesn’t function like anybody I know. He’s a rare breed.

“I don’t think fame really has anything to do with his situation,” Drizzy continued. “We take precautions. All of us do. To be in the public eye and to be envied and have people who hate you and never have met you or have people who love you and tattoo your face on their body and never have met you, it’s an odd feeling for anybody. It’s a rush [for me]. I love it. It gets weird sometimes. So it’s just personal choices we all make. I never felt that threatened. I’m not sure what’s going through his head at the time. But Wayne has a reason for everything, always. I trust in Wayne. I believe in Wayne. He’s gonna be all right.”

Via MTV, and hit the jump to see a video of Nicki Minaj and Drizzy speaking about Lil Wayne turning up at Jay-Z’s Madison Square Garden show, and their performance.

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