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Lil Wayne Hosts A Twitter Broadcast With His Skate Friends To Celebrate Turning Pro [Video]

Lil Wayne Hosts A Twitter Broadcast With His Skate Friends To Celebrate Turning Pro

To celebrate becoming a professional skateboarder, Lil Wayne hosted a broadcast on Twitter with his skate friends a couple of weeks ago.

Throughout the 1-hour live stream, Weezy, Torey Pudwill, Spanish Mike, Keelan Dadd, Yosef Ratleff, Dashawn Jordan, Ryan Sheckler, Phillip Lopez, and Theotis Beasley all shared stories from their times skateboarding together.

Tunechi also mentioned that he did something with Jack Black recently, but didn’t reveal what it was! You can watch the full Twitter broadcast after the jump below. What was your favorite skate story involving Tune?

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Florida Police Department Use Lil Wayne’s “A Milli” To Soundtrack Their Latest Drug Bust

Florida Police Department Use Lil Wayne A Milli To Soundtrack Their Latest Drug Bust

Well this is different! Lil Wayne‘s iconic 2008 single “A Milli” is being used as the soundtrack for a huge drug bust on the social media platform TikTok.

In a video shared by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office account on TikTok, the Florida police department’s Carmine Marceno announces they have seized $1.1 million dollars in illegal drug money, kilos of cocaine and a gun during their latest raid before “A Milli” begins to play.

“Christmas is canceled for these two drug dealers and the streets are cleared of drugs, guns and a milli.”

You can check out the clip after the jump below! With “Lollipop” just reaching Diamond status, how long do you think it will be until “A Milli” surpasses 10 million sales (it is currently at 6x Platinum)?

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Mark Cuban Talks About His Relationship & Twitter Beef With Lil Wayne [Video]

Mark Cuban Talks About His Relationship & Twitter Beef With Lil Wayne

Mark Cuban recently sat down with RealLyfe Productions for an interview that you can check out down below.

At the 6:15 mark of their conversation, Mark talked about his relationship with Lil Wayne by saying he goes way back with him, as well as recalled partying with Wayne when Dallas Mavericks won the NBA Championship in 2011 and for the All-Star Game when it was hosted in New Orleans.

The American billionaire entrepreneur also discussed his and Weezy‘s “beef” that all started from when Cuban tweeted lyrics from Tunechi‘s “Uproar” song along with a picture of Tune and his son Kameron Carter. He says it was all sorted out over the phone, but Lauren London did not like how he tweeted out a picture of his son.

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Nelly & Lil Wayne Discuss A Hip-Hop vs. Country Basketball Charity Game On Social Media [Video]

Nelly & Lil Wayne Discuss A Hip Hop vs Country Basketball Charity Game On Social Media

Nelly and Lil Wayne appeared on Instagram Live together on September 22nd to discuss a hip-hop vs. country basketball game they will be putting on for charity.

During their Instagram Live session, the two of them struggled to understand how the app worked and what certain features on the app did. Weezy went in on the Country Grammar singer/rapper for using a sparkling filter and had to ask if he is okay to smoke on there.

Also in their conversation, Tunechi talked about his fantasy football league (I don’t think Nelly fully understood this too much), Skip Bayless, himself losing a bet to Shannon Sharpe recently, and more. You can check out their full convo after the jump below!

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Azealia Banks Calls Lil Wayne The Best Rapper Of All Time & Explains Why He Is Better Than JAY-Z

Azealia Banks Calls Lil Wayne The Best Rapper Of All Time & Explains Why He Is Better Than JAY Z

Last week (September 8th), Azealia Banks took to Instagram to explain why she thinks Lil Wayne is a better rapper than JAY-Z.

In her post, Azealia stated that “Weezy can make ‘Big Pimpin‘, but JAY-Z cannot make ‘Cannon‘”, as well as called Wayne “the best rapper of all time”.

The female rapper also named “Cannon” from the Dedication 2 mixtape as one of her favorite songs in hip-hop ever! What do you think about Banks‘ opinion? Do you agree with her points?

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