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Watch Lil Wayne’s Hilarious Deposition Video From The Quincy Jones III Lawsuit

If you didn’t know, Lil Wayne filed a lawsuit against Quincy Jones III recently claiming that he never gave him permission to use his music off Tha Carter III in the DVD Quincy put out called “The Carter Documentary“. In the videotaped deposition above, you can watch Quincy Jones III‘s lawyer, Pete Ross, ask Wayne some questions, but he does not seem to give a single fuck.

Weezy pulls his TRUKFIT hoodie up and gives hilarious, as well as awkward answers to the lawyer in front of the judge, such as he doesn’t recall going to Rikers Island in 2010. We all shouldn’t laugh, because it’s a serious matter, but you can’t help it when you watch how Tune replies to Quincy‘s lawyer.

At the end of the video, Tunechi even tells Pete Ross that the judge can’t save him in the “real world”. Let’s hope Marley G don’t see this!

Thanks to TMZ for the footage.

UPDATE: I have added another clip from Lil Wayne‘s deposition video after the jump below.

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Lil Wayne Scan & Quote From Ozone Magazine x More

New Lil Wayne Scan & Quote From Ozone Magazine
“Pistol on my neck, you don’t wanna hear that thing talk!”

Check out a new photo of Lil Wayne from the latest issue of Ozone Magazine, which is in stores now! You can also read what he tells Ozone in their sex issue about why he is a great Father to his kids:

“I’m not on child support with none of my kids cause I’m a great father. So it’s not determined by how much money you’re paying at all. That’s not what it’s about. It’s about being there and being that important person in their lives. It’s about being #1 or #2 in their life. That’s very important for your child, to make sure you’re that #1 or #2. Because if you’re not, you know what #1 or #2 could end up being. That’s the most important thing of all. I just try to make sure I’m of the highest importance in their lives, next to their moms.”

Hit the jump to watch episode 4 from Tiny and Toya’s reality TV show, read about David Banner suing QD3 for using his songs in “The Carter Documentary” without getting his permission, and “Lollipop” getting sued again:

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Celebs View “The Carter” Doc + Preview Of Shakira’s “Give It Up To Me” Video


Above is a preview of Shakira‘s “Give It Up To Me” music video. The full video will premiere on Monday, and I wonder if Lil Wayne will make an appearance in it ❓ I hope so…

Also last week, Quincy Jones invited some of his celebrity pals over to his crib in L.A. to view “The Carter” documentary:

Via RR, and hit the jump to see RollingStone‘s interesting review of the documentary:

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Quincy “QD3” Jones III Recruits Lil Wayne For “Scratch” Game

Quincy QD3 Jones III Recruits Lil Wayne For Scratch Game

With the forthcoming release of Scratch: The Ultimate DJ game set to take-on competition from Jay-Z’s DJ Hero and Timbaland’s Beaterator, SOHH spoke with Quincy “QD3” Jones III about his new venture and snagging along artists like Lil Wayne and Kanye West.

According to QD3, the game will feature a variety of old-school and new records for players to kick back with.

“We’ve had complete freedom to make this game true to what people would probably want it to be,” Jones explained. “We’ve tried to represent all the different [groups] from old-school hip-hop break beats to some of the newest hits like Kanye West’s ‘Flashing Lights.’ Lil Wayne and so on and so on, Tech N9ne. I think we represented all of the different regions of hip-hop. So it’s a little something in there for everybody. Little R&B, Salt-N-Pepa, Whodini to Lil Wayne to Kanye West, it’s pretty full in that sense.”

The game will also feature tracks from various regional artists.

Music includes Gorillaz’s “Feel Good Inc,” RUN DMC’s “Peter Piper,” Nelly’s “Hot In Herre,” Deltron’s “Mastermind,” Murs’ “Looking Fly,” Kid Koala’s “Skanky Panky,” Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth’s “They Reminisce,” The Knux’s “Life in a Cage,” and more.

Reports of the new project’s creation landed online last fall.

7 Studios made a move toward being the first studio to renew the turntable-based rhythm game, announcing partnerships with DJ equipment manufacturer Numark and hip-hop producer Quincy Jones III, along with Genius Products and Genco Interactive. Dubbed, Scratch: The Ultimate DJ, the game will be played using a turntable controller, the “Scratch Deck,” designed by Numark, which promises to “allow players to re-imagine songs on the fly and add their own creativity” (no word on an MC counterpart — or b-boy, for that matter). 7 Studios joins Activision and presumably any other company with half a brain as it vies for precious mindshare of the next potential gaming phenomenon.