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Cortez Bryant Speaks On Handling Business Deals For Lil Wayne & A Possible Return For TRUKFIT

Cortez Bryant Speaks On Handling Business Deals For Lil Wayne & A Possible Return For TRUKFIT

Cortez Bryant recently chopped it up with VIBE for an interview, which you can read in full below.

During their conversation, Tez discusses handling numerous amount of Lil Wayne‘s partnerships, the new Young Money collection with American Eagle, why they chose the brand for their new clothing line, and more.

Tunechi‘s best friend also revealed what the easiest and most difficult things are about getting deals done for him, what the difference between this new fashion line and their previous one TRUKFIT is, and mentioned TRUKFIT will eventually make a come back!

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Lil Wayne Discusses If Kobe Bryant Should Return To The Court For The Rest Of The Season

While appearing on ESPN2’s “First Take” sports show on February 14th for an interview with Stephen A. Smith, Skip Bayless and Cari Champion, Lil Wayne also took part in a short interview backstage.

Above, Weezy F Baby shares his thoughts on whether he thinks Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant should return to playing basketball before the season is over, or not.

Click here to watch Tunechi‘s full interview on “First Take” and here to view some photos of him backstage!

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Lil Wayne Postpones Solo Australian Tour Dates

Lil Wayne Postpones Solo Australian Tour Dates

I previously posted last month that Lil Wayne will be headlining his own solo tour in Australia, now Weezy has postponed these shows due to scheduling conflicts. Wayne was supposed to perform in Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne, but his his promoter sent out this statement earlier today:

“Lil Wayne will be unable to arrive in Australia as early as originally planned, therefore regrettably having to postpone his solo performances.”

The promoter also said Tunechi will return to Australia for his own headlining tour sometime in 2012, but for the people who purchased tickets to these shows, you will automatically be refunded. Tune will still be performing in the Outback for Eminem’s shows at Melbourne Etihad Stadium on December 1st and at Sydney Football Stadium on December 2nd.

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Birdman Talks Lil Wayne’s Return, Dipset Reunion & Young Money

Birdman Talks Lil Waynes Return, Dipset Reunion & Young Money

Baby has taken charge of Young Money, helping them keep their stronghold on the rap music game until Weezy returns from temporary leave. The Cash Money general has plenty of experience running a family business but he says Wayne’s absence has left a void felt by the whole crew.

“It’s a big difference now without Lil Wayne but we doing what we gotta do. He’ll be home in a minute,” Baby told VIBE Saturday (May 1). “You can’t ever replace him. We do as much as we can without him and we just waiting for him to come home.”

Baby was spotted at New Jersey’s Bamboozle Music Festival over the weekend supporting Drake who performed for screaming fans. He says the Toronto native’s debut Thank Me Later, scheduled for June 15, will not disappoint.

“You always gotta say big things are coming from Young Money,” Birdman said from the festival. “All our releases this year – I think Drake‘s album is one of the biggest excitements of the year. I think Nicki Minaj‘s album is a big excitement of the year.”

Despite the moves Young Mula is making for music domination, Baby says there’s room for other crews to be successful too.

“You know, Dipset came up the same time as us. Cam, Jimmy, that’s my family,” Baby says about Jim Jones and Cam’ron’s recent reunion. “For them to be together, that’s what it do, that’s what’s up. We making music and unity and that’s what I’m about.”

Baby is also all about Weezy and the day they can stunt together again.

“I would probably be one of the happiest men on Earth the day that my son comes home,” Baby says. “That’s the biggest excitement for all of us as Young Money/Cash Money and as our families is the day Wayne come home.”

Via VIBE

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