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MSNBC Quote Lil Wayne Lyrics To Attack Donald Trump [Video]

MSNBC Quote Lil Wayne Lyrics To Attack Donald Trump

American journalist Ari Melber recently quoted Lil Wayne to attack the current President of the United States, Donald Trump, and his greed on MSNBC.

The MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent referenced Weezy‘s lyrics from his “I’m On One” verse: “Too much money ain’t enough money”.

You can check out Ari quoting Tunechi on MSNBC in a clip after the jump below! Pretty cool right?

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Audio: Bill Clinton Is Excited For Lil Wayne’s Prison Release

Former President of the United States, Bill Clinton, said he is excited for Lil Wayne‘s prison release tomorrow in an interview with Pittsburgh’s 96.1 Kiss Morning Freak Show. Here is what Clinton said:

“I’ll tell you what I think about that,” he said. “I know this is kind of a funny question for you two to ask me. My daughter introduced me to rap and hip-hop music after I said some things that she thought were not very smart. She said dad you need to listen, these people are smart. This guy’s smart and he’s got ability, and he’s got a new chance. And what I hope is that this is not just something to brand him as a cool guy but that it’ll never happen again to him. I think a lot of these people, they don’t get successful, just like any other area of life, by being really dumb, they’re really smart, but a lot of them had tough lives and they think it’s really cool to get in trouble every now and then or they don’t know how to stay out. What I hope will happen is that he has a good life now.”

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I Am Not A Human Being Lyrics x Barack Obama Listens To Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne I Am Not A Human Being Lyrics

We have just finished all of the lyrics to Lil Wayne‘s latest album, I Am Not A Human Being. We did the lyrics to every single song, including the bonus tracks that will be included on the hard copy version of the album.


After the jump, you can read who US President Barack Obama listens to on his iPod in an interview with Rolling Stone Magazine.

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