Lil Wayne has just released episode 3 of his “Weezy’s Sports Corner” series! You can watch the intro above and after the jump, Tunechi talks about NFL, College Football, NBA, College Basketball, Major League Baseball and Skateboarding. Tune can also be seen with an arm sling on, this is due to a skateboarding accident. If you missed episode 2, then you can check that out here. Enjoy!
Lil Wayne‘s “6 Foot, 7 Foot” music video featuring Cory Gunz is set to drop this Thursday (February 10) at 8PM EST on MTV. The video, which was directed by Hype Williams, was shot last month in Miami and will be inspired by the film The Fighter. It is the first single from Weezy‘s Tha Carter IV album, and Tune will also sit down with Sway from MTV after the video premieres for his first post-jail interview, were fans can get a look at some behind the scenes footage from the video shoot and submit questions.
After the jump, you can view some pics of Wayne at the Green Bay Packers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers game for the Super Bowl in Dallas, Texas yesterday. The Packers took home the NFL Championship, so it looks like Birdman is even more richer haha!
In case you missed Lil Wayne on uStream earlier, you can watch it above. He talks about his latest mixtape “No Ceilings“ and answers some of your questions.
Update: We have added two more videos of Lil Wayne broadcasting live from last night in the studio after the jump below:
Jay-Z mentor Jaz-O has weighed in on Lil Wayne‘s current popularity and said fans have been “hypnotized” into admiring his rap skills.
Speaking via Street Disciplez Radio, Jaz also said he felt Hov has lost his mainstream appeal.
“Jay-Z fell off the cliff,” Jaz-O said in an interview. “I don’t know what happened to him and one thing I have to say, and what makes them wack, there’s certain lines you just don’t cross. These dudes got writers. Lil Wayne has a gang of writers. You can look at, like, okay, everybody likes him and I would like him too if I listened to mainstream radio all the time. I would like him too because that’s all they play, but that’s the core [audience]. And the people that you talk to will say ‘Oh he’s not wack,’ they don’t even recognize that they’ve been hypnotized into liking him because when they weren’t playing him a lot and he had the same backing, the same money behind him, they weren’t liking him, they were saying he was garbage and honestly, I think he put out better material when they were saying he was wack. But it was because he wasn’t being played all the time.”
Are these guys serious or what ❓ 😕
Wassup Young Moneyians,
LilWayneHQ.com has got an interview with Young Money’s Gudda Gudda coming up and we think it would be good if our visitors would like to submit some reasonable questions.
We will be interviewing Gudda Gudda over the phone and asking him around 10 to 15 questions all about himself and Young Money.
Please post any questions you have and think would be good and suitable for the interview below in the comments and we might use them.
Also, be on the lookout for a Tyga and Mack Maine interview 😉
Thanks, Daniel Mousdell 🙂