In the video above, you can watch some new footage of Lil Wayne skateboarding with Greg Lutzka, Tyler Hendley, YoYo, and Christiona Sereika. The skating mission took place overnight in the streets of Orange County, California. Enjoy!
Check out some more of Lil Wayne‘s interview with Felisha Monet from 99 Jamz, a Miami radio station, in the clip above. He confirms his daughter Reginae Carter is now signed to his Young Money label and speaks on how he would expect his daughter to handle the situation if she was Chris Bosh’s wife right now – and that is to be the bigger person and ignore what Wayne said about smashing her.
Weezy F Baby also spoke on how he feels about people who don’t want him to live in the city of Miami anymore and don’t want his music played on radio stations, if he has read Uncle Luke’s letter, street skating every night in the streets of Miami, and more.
Click here to listen to Tunechi explain why he said what he said about the Miami Heat, apologize to LeBron James, and why the NBA pulled him from 2013 All-Star events!
Lil Wayne was recently broadcasting live on uStream, and he was reading the comments people were making on the chat. Someone started talking about Shanell, and Weezy did warn the guy earlier that he would mute the uStream if someone asked about SnL again. Then someone called Ricky makes a comment about her, and it gets Wayne mad. He goes on mute and says “Fuck you, don’t talk ’bout Shanell, see me in the streets Ricky”. Was anyone watching this live haha ❓
Does Drake write for Wayne?
C’mon, man. Wayne don’t even write, man. Honestly Wayne don’t write. I don’t know how he do that shit he do, but don’t no nigga do it for him. Wayne don’t play that shit, he never did. We ain’t with that shit. That’s cheatin’ to me, when you’re trying to be great. When you’re just an artist that wants a hot record, that’s something different, but when you’re trying to be great you ain’t bout to let no nigga write for you, cause you don’t wanna lose none of the credit. Wayne wants to be the best to ever do it. To be the greatest ever takes your skillful thoughts, not another person’s.
Why do you think people make such a big deal out of the relationship between you and Wayne?
I think it’s a symbolic situation for everybody, and it’s a family thing, you know, father and son. Maybe that’s it. Or maybe it’s the business and how successful we’ve been. I really don’t know why muthafuckers care so much, but I’ve bred him through it. We came up together and we did everything together. Maybe they just wish they had a father-son relationship like we’ve got. But [people’s opinions] don’t bother me. I been stop letting shit a nigga say out his mouth bother me. It’s the music industry, and people are gonna make good and bad statements about you. So I hear no evil, see no evil.
If Wayne does end up doing some time behind his current legal issues, do you feel any benefit could come from him sitting down for a little while?
Shit, I don’t even look for a benefit from that, that’s just a fucked up experience that we’ve all probably had someone close to us experience. I don’t look for a benefit from jail, I don’t look for that, yaheardme? I’d rather him not even go in that muthafucker at all. Ain’t no benefit from that shit. He’s a man, so there ain’t too much to it. Just do it and come home. That’s all I can tell him.
Read the full interview here.