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Skip Bayless Explains More About A Good Deed Lil Wayne Did To Help One Of His Best Friend’s Son Beat Cancer At A Young Age [Video]

Skip Bayless Explains More About A Good Deed Lil Wayne Did To Help One Of His Best Friend's Son Beat Cancer At A Young Age

Back in May, Skip Bayless first mentioned that Lil Wayne did a good deed for one of his best friends Craig Humphreys’ son, Sam Humphreys, who was battling testicular cancer at the young age of 21-years-old by going out of his way and giving him a pep talk for support.

After appearing on “UNDISPUTED” last month, Skip thanked Wayne for appearing on the show between concerts on his current tour with Blink-182 and for helping Sam beat cancer. He also added that Weezy gave Sam VIP treatment at his Los Angeles show on August 8th and gave him a shout out which ended in him getting a standing ovation from the sold-out crowd.

In other news, Lil Wayne also gifted the hots of “UNDISPUTED” (Skip Bayless, Jenny Taft and Shannon Sharpe) with some special gifts for allowing him to be on the sports show so often – a bit of bling. You can see a picture of Wayne and Sam Humphreys backstage at the L.A. concert above and see the videos of Bayless giving a heartfelt thank you to Tunechi, as well as showing off the gifts from Tune below!

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Lil Wayne Calls Tony Hawk An “Innovator” & Says He Is The Reason He Is Breaking Bones [Video]

Lil Wayne Calls Tony Hawk An Innovator & Says He Is The Reason He Is Breaking Bones

For the final week of July, The Berrics dedicated every day to professional skateboarder Tony Hawk and grabbed numerous people to talk about the impact he has had on the skateboarding culture.

One of these people was Lil Wayne, who thanked Tony and called him an “innovator”, as well as said he is the reason that he is out here breaking his clavicle when he didn’t even know what one of them was.

You can watch Wayne thank Hawk for #TonyHawkWeek and shout out his son Riley Hawk after the jump below!

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Drake & Lil Wayne’s “Successful”, “Ignorant Shit”, “Unstoppable Remix” & “Uptown” Are Now Available On All Streaming Platforms

Drake & Lil Wayne Successful, Ignorant Shit, Unstoppable Remix & Uptown Are Now Available On All Streaming Platforms

Last night at midnight, Drake released his So Far Gone project to all streaming platforms to celebrate it’s 10-year anniversary on February 13th.

As you should already know, the project includes four dope collaborations with his Young Money boss Lil Wayne – “Successful” (also with Trey Songz), “Ignorant Shit“, “Unstoppable Remix” (also with Santigold aka Santogold), and “Uptown” (also with Bun B).

However, for a currently unknown reason, Tunechi does not appear on the outro of “Congratulations” anymore. Drizzy also praised Tune during his SFG thank you post on Instagram by writing: “a decade ago you took me out of Toronto and gave me the biggest blessing anybody has ever given me”.

You can find the four 6 God and Weezy collabos off So Far Gone on all music streaming services after the jump below! Do you still play these frequently?

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Lil Wayne Performs Live At House Of Blues In Chicago, Brings Out Chance The Rapper, Thanks JAY Z & Swizz Beatz [Video]

Lil Wayne Performs Live At House Of Blues In Chicago, Brings Out Chance The Rapper, Thanks JAY Z & Swizz Beatz

On December 23rd, 2018, Lil Wayne put on a live concert at the House Of Blues in Chicago, Illinois for a stop on his and TIDAL’s mini “I Ain’t Shit Without You” fan appreciation tour.

For his set list, Wayne performed “Mr. Carter“, “I’m Goin’ In“, “John“, “Got Money“, “6 Foot, 7 Foot“, “Ride For My Niggas (Sky Is The Limit)“, “Go DJ“, “Lollipop“, “Mrs. Officer“, “What About Me“, “Duffle Bag Boy“, “HYFR“, “Pistol On My Side“, “Pop That“, “The Motto“, “Rich As Fuck“, “I’m Me“, “Drop The World“, “Don’t Cry“, “Can’t Be Broken“, “Let It All Work Out“, “Dedicate“, “Let It Fly“, “Open Safe“, “Mona Lisa“, “Steady Mobbin’“, “A Milli“, and “Uproar” live.

Tunechi also brought out Chance The Rapper, who called him the “greatest rapper” and “living legend”, to perform “No Problem” live together. Before performing “Uproar“, Tune thanked JAY Z for helping him with his taxes and Swizz Beatz for sending him beats non-stop while he was down. He also spotted a woman in the crowd that looked like Khaleesi (Emilia Clarke) off Game Of Thrones.

You can check out some footage of all of this going down in the video after the jump below, courtesy of the bro Dan Kritchevskyā€ˇ. For everyone who attended the show, they received a poster and a custom lanyard that included details of the “I Ain’t Shit Without You” tour stop they were at including the three important things that Weezy says!

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Grandmaster Flash & Master P Both Praise Lil Wayne [Videos]

Grandmaster Flash & Master P Both Praise Lil Wayne

Grandmaster Flash uploaded a video of himself to social media not long after Lil Wayne was honored with the “I Am Hip-Hop” award at this year’s BET Hip-Hop Awards to congratulate him.

The South Bronx old-school hip-hop artist and DJ, who was presented with the same award back in 2006, called Tunechi “an amazing artist” and thanked him for the “Uproar” single off Tha Carter V.

As well as praise from Flash, the No Limit Records founder also shared a video of himself to social media not long after Tune released C5 to reveal he had just bought the album while “Can’t Be Broken” played in the background.

In the clip, Master P spoke about how this new generation have to salute the OGs before them to be successful and called Weezy “the best rapper that ever came from Louisiana”. You can check out both videos after the jump below!

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Chance The Rapper Thanks Lil Wayne For Releasing “Tha Carter V”, Kicks Everyone Out Of His Studio Session To Play The Album [Video]

Chance The Rapper Thanks Lil Wayne For Releasing Tha Carter V, Kicks Everyone Out Of His Studio Session To Play The Album

First things first, before everyone complains I am aware this video is over a month old, but now that Lil Wayne news is slowing down again I will be posting up everything that came out around the release of Tha Carter V, which you haven’t seen on LilWayneHQ yet.

On the night that C5 dropped, Chance The Rapper uploaded a video of himself to his social media thanking Weezy for dropping the album and revealed he kicked everyone out of his studio, so that he could have a private listening session of the project.

Chance also thanked Tunechi for getting him his first ever No. 1 single with “I’m The One“, for getting him his first ever GRAMMY award for “Best Rap Performance“, and for teaching him so much. You can check it out after the jump below!

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