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Jae Millz Addresses The Lil Wayne Bar: “I Can Flip A Jae Mill To A F*ckin’ Meek Mill” [Video]

Jae Millz Addresses The Lil Wayne Bar - I Can Flip A Jae Mill To A Meek Mill

The special guest on episode #115 of “The Bootleg Kev Podcast” was none other than Jae Millz, who chopped it up with Bootleg Kev about his relationship with Lil Wayne and Young Money.

In their conversation, Millzy gave praise to Wayne by looking at everything he has accomplished so far, such as charting consistently and giving the world huge artists, and he is still only in his 30s.

Jae even discussed how he thinks Tunechi sent a shot to him on “Beauty And The Beat” with the line: “I can flip a Jae Mill to a f*ckin’ Meek Mill”. However, he says he is not mad at the diss before confirming he still talks to Tune.

Also in the interview, Millz recalled the studio sessions for “Every Girl” and “Bedrock“, how Weezy called all of the shots, and questioned why Mr. Carter does not get enough credit in the music industry. Check it all out below!

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BFB Da Packman Says “Lil Wayne Wholeheartedly Saved Hip-Hop” & Recites “Cash Money Millionaires”

BFB Da Packman Says Lil Wayne Wholeheartedly Saved Hip Hop & Recites Cash Money Millionaires

BFB Da Packman sat down for an interview with HipHopDX on their “Thought Box” series last month.

In a clip from their conversation, which you can watch below, BFB speaks all about Lil Wayne‘s influence and how he “wholeheartedly saved hip-hop”, especially in the years 2006 – 2010.

The Michigan native also opened up about how he feels Wayne does not get the respect he deserves, as well as how he would never ever discredit or talk down on Weezy. He even recited the start of Tune‘s “Cash Money Millionaires” song off Tha Carter!

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Papoose Praises Lil Wayne & Explains How “Thought I Was Gonna Stop” Came About [Video]

Papoose Praises Lil Wayne & Explains How Thought I Was Gonna Stop Came About

Papoose recently sat down with Vlad TV for an interview about his new Thought I Was Gonna Stop” single featuring Lil Wayne that you can check out below.

In their conversation, Pap revealed how the collaboration came together including how he reached out to both Tunechi for the verse and to Timbaland for the beat, which he says they both showed love to him.

While talking about the Thought I Was Gonna Stop” music video, the New York rapper also mentioned he has a “whole new respect for” Weezy for doing everything that he said he would do by pointing out how rare that is in the music industry today: “Big salute to Lil Wayne the G.O.A.T.”!

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Birdman Speaks On Giving Lil Wayne $50 Million, Why They Used To Kiss On The Lips & More [Video]

Birdman Speaks On Giving Lil Wayne $50 Million, Why They Used To Kiss On The Lips & More

Birdman recently sat down with Big Bank, DJ Scream and Baby Jade for an interview on REVOLT’s “Big Facts” series.

During their conversation, Baby discussed everything from Lil Wayne, Young Thug, Future, Drake, Nicki Minaj, not getting enough respect in the music industry, the Hot Boys, Atlanta, past issues with Charlamagne Tha God, missing out on signing Kanye West because he already had Mannie Fresh, and much more.

The #1 Stunna explained that him and Weezy fixed their relationship and problems by going around to his house on New Year’s Eve and giving him $50 million, as well as also mentioning that this situation would be the only thing in his career he wishes he could take back and that it all started when he created the Rich Gang group.

Also in the convo, Birdman revealed why he used to kiss Tunechi on the lips, making a mistake when they were younger to not copyright “Bling Bling”, and why he only believes Tune can battle against himself in a VERZUZ. You can check out the full interview in the video below!

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Feature Friday #190: Funkmaster Flex & Big Kap – Respect (Feat Lil Wayne, B.G. & Juvenile)

Funkmaster Flex & Big Kap Respect Feat Lil Wayne, BG & Juvenile

I have chosen a track from Funkmaster Flex and Big Kap called “Respect” featuring Cash Money Millionaires Lil Wayne, B.G. and Juvenile for this week’s “Feature Friday” edition.

The Mannie Fresh-produced song appears on Funk Flex and Kap‘s The Tunnel album, which was released back in 1999.

“Just duct tape the nigga, throw his body in the lake; I ain’t like him anyway cause the nigga too fake”

You can listen to “Respect” below.

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