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TK Kirkland Confirms A “Baller Blockin’ 2” Movie With Lil Wayne, NBA YoungBoy & More [Video]

TK Kirkland Confirms A Baller Blockin 2 Movie With Lil Wayne, NBA YoungBoy & More

TK Kirkland recently sat down with Vlad TV for an interview and during his appearance, he confirmed a Baller Blockin’ 2 movie is in the works.

The actor, writer and stand-up comedian revealed he will have a role in the upcoming film, as well as also Lil Wayne, Birdman, NBA YoungBoy, and more.

If you missed the first Baller Blockin’ movie that was filmed in New Orleans back in 2000, click here to check it out! Are you looking forward to seeing a sequel?

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Marvin Sapp Talks Lil Wayne Sampling Him On “Tha Carter V” & First Meeting Wayne [Video]

Marvin Sapp Talks Lil Wayne Sampling Him On Tha Carter V & First Meeting Wayne

Marvin Sapp sat down with Vlad TV for an interview last month and in their conversation, he spoke about Lil Wayne sampling him on Tha Carter V.

At the 7:00 mark, the American Gospel music singer-songwriter went on to talk about what it was like to hear Wayne wanting to sample “Never Would Have Made It” on his “Dope New Gospel” record featuring Nivea.

Also in their convo, Marvin recalled first meeting Weezy while backstage at the 2007 BET Awards. He recalled their dressing rooms being on the same floor and Tunechi coming up to him to say “‘Never Would I Make It’ was my sh*t”. Sapp also added that as soon as Tune came out of his room, he got a huge whiff of weed!

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Juelz Santana Speaks About His Work On Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter III” & Why “I Can’t Feel My Face” Never Got Released [Video]

Juelz Santana Speaks About His Work On Lil Wayne Tha Carter III & Why I Cant Feel My Face Never Got Released

Juelz Santana sits down with Vlad TV to discuss his contributions to Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter III album and reveal what happened with I Can’t Feel My Face.

In their interview, which you can watch below, Juelz talks about needing a plaque for his work on C3, as well as confirms him and Tunechi did have a joint project together completed that got leaked online.

The Harlem rapper explains that the collaboration album did not get an official release, because of “too much politics”, and then goes on to say the same thing happened with Weezy and T-Pain‘s T-Wayne project. He also pointed out what their full plan with ICFMF was within the music industry!

“Politics-wise, we didn’t get to put the album out on a major label because there was too much politics at the time. You had Def Jam, Universal, Cash Money, and Diplomats, you know what I’m saying.”

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Papoose Praises Lil Wayne & Explains How “Thought I Was Gonna Stop” Came About [Video]

Papoose Praises Lil Wayne & Explains How Thought I Was Gonna Stop Came About

Papoose recently sat down with Vlad TV for an interview about his new Thought I Was Gonna Stop” single featuring Lil Wayne that you can check out below.

In their conversation, Pap revealed how the collaboration came together including how he reached out to both Tunechi for the verse and to Timbaland for the beat, which he says they both showed love to him.

While talking about the Thought I Was Gonna Stop” music video, the New York rapper also mentioned he has a “whole new respect for” Weezy for doing everything that he said he would do by pointing out how rare that is in the music industry today: “Big salute to Lil Wayne the G.O.A.T.”!

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Turk Talks Birdman Kissing Lil Wayne, Drake Calling Wayne His Idol & More [Videos]

Turk Talks Birdman Kissing Lil Wayne, Drake Calling Wayne His Idol & More

Turk sat down with Vlad TV recently to speak on numerous subjects, including some questions about Lil Wayne, which you can check out below.

In one clip, Turk addresses the Internet gossip about Birdman kissing Wayne or himself and in another clip, the YNT founder discusses Drake calling Tunechi his idol by saying there would be no Drizzy if it weren’t for Tune.

For the final video, Turk talks about how he wishes his relationship with Lil Wayne was better as the only way he can talk to Wayne is through his entourage. The New Orleans rapper even went on to call Weezy “irreplaceable” and state there will never be another Mr. Carter!

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