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Reginae Carter Discusses Talking To Her Dad Lil Wayne About Relationships, Why They Don’t Speak On Politics Together & More [Video]

Reginae Carter Speaks On Talking To Her Dad Lil Wayne About Relationships, Why They Dont Speak On Politics & More

Reginae Carter recently chatted to Seleah Simone over Skype for an interview with AllHipHop.

During their conversation, Nae Nae talked about her relationship with her mother Toya Johnson and father Lil Wayne, how it is to chat to her dad about boyfriends, the biggest lesson she has learned from dating a rapper, TikTok, music, “Friends & Family Hustle”, receiving acting advice from Lauren London, and more.

Towards the end of their interview, Reginae revealed where she stands on the Black Lives Matter movement, not having the same views and seeing eye to eye on politics as her pops, and more. You can check it all out in the video below!

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Hopsin Says He “Took An L” For His Past Hate On Lil Wayne + Calls Him “An Amazing Rapper” [Video]

Hopsin Says He Took An L For His Past Hate On Lil Wayne + Calls Him An Amazing Rapper

During a recent Instagram Live session for his fans (watch below), Hopsin addressed his hate on Lil Wayne in the past.

The Los Angeles rapper says there has always been Wayne songs he loved even back when he made negative comments, as well as that he “can confidentially say Lil Wayne is an amazing rapper” and “the metaphors and punchlines are definitely really good”.

Hopsin goes on to admit he “took an L” for his comments and “was definitely sleeping” on Weezy, but reveals it was all because he was caught up in a wave of hating on anything mainstream at the time. However, Hopsin does mention that he now appreciates Tune after he has grown as a lyricist and got more into lyricism himself!

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Reginae Carter Says JAY-Z Is The Only Rapper Who Can Match Lil Wayne Hit For Hit [Video]

Reginae Carter Says JAY-Z Is The Only Rapper Who Can Match Lil Wayne Hit For Hit

In an interview with E S S O and Hynaken for ThisIs50 over Skype, Reginae Carter made a special appearance.

With how these “Verzuz” battles are currently popping on social media, due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, Lil Wayne‘s daughter was asked who she would like to see her dad go up against.

Even though Nae Nae says it’s the new rappers’ time right now, none of them can be compared to her pops, but if she did have to see someone go hit for hit with Wayne it would need to be JAY-Z! If this did ever happen, who have you got as the winner?

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Mack 10 Recalls Telling Birdman To Bet The House On Lil Wayne & Calls Wayne “The Most Influential Rapper Probably Ever” [Video]

Mack 10 Recalls Telling Birdman To Bet The House On Lil Wayne & Calls Wayne The Most Influential Rapper Probably Ever

Mack 10 recently sat down for an interview with Vlad TV to discuss Cash Money Records giving him a “crazy deal” and his personal experience with the record label.

During their conversation, Mack revealed he was the one who told Birdman to bet the house on Lil Wayne as “he was special”, a “real talent”, “super solid”, and something he “had never seen before”.

The Los Angeles rapper also had more praise for Wayne by calling him “the most influential rapper probably ever” and that “there is a whole lot of Lil Wayne’s” in the rap game right now. You can check out exactly what Mack said after the jump below!

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Trilla Kid Explains How Lil Wayne’s “Pussy Monster” Song Made Him Want To Be A Rapper [Video]

Trilla Kid Explains How Lil Wayne Pussy Monster Song Made Him Want To Be A Rapper

Trilla Kid recently sat down with The Next Up team for an interview about his music, life and future, which you can watch below.

During their conversation at the 8:10 mark, Trilla mentioned that it was Lil Wayne who first got him into rap back when he was 13-years-old in the 8th Grade.

The Atlanta music artist revealed it was hearing “Pussy Monster” by Wayne for the very first time and watching a video of him performing it live (on The Carter Documentary) that made him want to be a rapper!

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