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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Was “P*ssed Off” With The Rolling Stone Cover On Set Of “Welcome To My Hood” [Video]

Lil Wayne Was Angry With The Rolling Stone Cover On Set Of Welcome To My Hood Video

As it is #ThrowbackThursday today, here is a behind the scenes look at Lil Wayne on set of DJ Khaled‘s “Welcome To My Hood” video shoot in Miami, Florida back in 2011.

In the video, Tune can be seen saying he is “p*ssed off” with the 2011 cover of Rolling Stone magazine that features himself as they made him look like a model.

You can check out the #TBT clip of Weezy talking to the camera while on set of the “Welcome To My Hood” music video after the jump below, courtesy of Derick G!

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Drake’s Dad Dennis Graham Explains Why His Son Got A Tattoo Of Lil Wayne [Video]

Drake Dad Dennis Graham Explains Why His Son Got A Tattoo Of Lil Wayne

Last week, we saw a photo of Drake‘s new tattoo of his good friend, mentor, favorite rapper, and boss Lil Wayne on his left tricep.

TMZ recently caught up with Drizzy‘s pops Dennis Graham to get his opinion and see why his son got the ink, to which he replied: “they’re like brothers and Drake’s got the whole family”.

You can watch Dennis give his answer in a clip after the jump below. He also jokes that he might get a tattoo himself of French Montana or the girlfriend of the cameraman!

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Drake Tattoos A Portrait Of Lil Wayne On His Tricep

Drake Tattoos A Portrait Of Lil Wayne On His Tricep

Drake has portraits of a few of his idols and influences tattooed on his body, which includes Aaliyah, Sade, and possibly Celine Dion in the future.

Now the 6 God has inked a portrait of Lil Wayne from a Rolling Stone Magazine photo shoot on his left tricep and it looks dope!

In the past, Drizzy has called his Young Money boss Weezy a great friend and mentor, as well as even his favorite rapper.

You can check out Drizzy Drake‘s tattoo of Tunechi after the jump below. What are your thoughts on the tatt?

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Lil Wayne Says: “The Hardest Part Of Being In Jail Was Going Without Sex”

Lil Wayne Says The Hardest Part Of Being In Jail Was Going Without Sex
Lil Wayne and Cher Lloyd

We have another excerpt from Lil Wayne‘s Rolling Stone Magazine interview, which hits newsstands tomorrow (January 21). Weezy tells the magazine that being behind bars wasn’t too bad, and the hardest part about it was going without sex. He also says that he was man enough to take the punishment, even though the gun was not his.

The hip-hop star told Rolling Stone the closest thing he had to companionship in his cell in Rikers Island, New York, was a picture of a woman from a magazine that he taped to the wall.

‘Anyone starts looking good in that bitch,’ he tells the US music magazine. ‘Like, ‘Damn, look at HER with that uniform on, Mrs Officer!’’

The star still insists the gun he was sent to jail over was not his, but he says he was man enough to take the punishment.

‘I dropped my nuts and took it,’ he said, referring to his eight-month prison sentence.

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Lil Wayne Covers Rolling Stone Magazine (2011)

Lil Wayne Covers Rolling Stone Magazine 2011

Lil Wayne covers his first magazine since being released from Rikers in November, 2010. Weezy covers Rolling Stone Magazine, and if you remember back in Feb, 2010 when he was just heading to jail, Weezy also graced the cover then as well. This issue will hit newsstands on January 21st, and you can read a few excerpts below and check out some behind the scenes footage from the shoot after the jump!

“I’d bust a nigga’s ass at Uno,” he told writer Josh Eells. “We gamble for phone time. I’d take nigga’s commissary: Lemme get them cookies, lemme get them chips, get that soup.”

Eventually his cellmates stopped inviting him to games. “They’d be like, ‘Oh, we thought you were asleep,'” Wayne says. “Like you can’t look inside my cell and see that I’m right there! We ain’t got no doors!”

When Wayne sat court-side at a recent Miami Heat/New Orleans Hornets game he was upset that Lebron James and Dwayne Wade never came over to talk to him. “Them niggas never speak to a nigga,” he says. “They don’t chuck me the deuce or nothing. Nigga spent all that money on them fucking tickets… Come holla at me. We sit right by them little bitch-ass niggas. At least come ask me why I’m not rooting for you.”

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