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Lil Wayne Performs “Ride For My Niggas”, “Rollin'” “Wasted” & More Live At Fluxx Nightclub In San Diego [Video]

Lil Wayne Performs Live At Fluxx Nightclub In San Diego

We previously saw a clip of Lil Wayne jamming out to his “Hot Boy” remix at Fluxx nightclub in San Diego, California a couple of days ago, and now we can watch some footage of Wayne performing live at the show, which took place on June 15th.

Tunechi, who was rocking a pair of Light LED shoes from Wize & Ope, can be seen performing “Coco“, “Ride For My Niggas“, “Rollin’“, “Wasted“, “Truffle Butter“, and “Steady Mobbin’” live.

You can check out the video of Weezy‘s live performance at Fluxx after the jump below. In other news, Tune is set to perform at FM 98 WJLB’s 2015 “Big Show At The Joe” concert in Detroit, Michigan later today!

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Lil Wayne Jams Out To “Hot Boy” Remix At Fluxx In San Diego, Rocks Wize & Ope Light LED Shoes [Video]

Lil Wayne Jams Out His Hot Boy Remix At Fluxx In San Diego, Rocks Wize & Ope Light LED Shoes

While at Fluxx nightclub in San Diego, California on June 15th for a stop on his “Release Partiez” tour, Lil Wayne was spotted jamming out to Bankroll Fresh’s Hot Boy” remix featuring himself, Turk, and Juvenile.

Tunechi can also be seen wearing a pair of Light LED shoes from Wize & Ope, which is of course one of his own business ventures.

You can check out a short clip of Weezy jamming out to the “Hot Boy” remix after the jump below!

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Episode 1 Of Lil Wayne’s “Weezy Wednesday’s” Series [Video]

Episode 1 Of Lil Wayne Weezy Wednesdays Series

Cortez Bryant warned us earlier this month that we would be getting new footage of Lil Wayne every week for a series called “Weezy Wednesday’s“.

The first episode has been released and it shows you a behind the scenes look at Tunechi‘s crib in New Orleans, Louisiana, as well as his TRUKFIT photo shoot at the TRUKSTOP. He also shows you his bedroom, what items he uses daily in his house, and promotes his new “Gummy” line of watches with Wize & Ope.

You can watch episode 1 of “Weezy Wednesday’s” below. Check back to LilWayneHQ.com next week to watch episode 2!

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Lil Wayne’s “Gummy” Watch With Wize & Ope Now Available To Buy

Lil Wayne Gummy Watch With Wize & Ope Now Available To Buy

Lil Wayne‘s first line of watches with the French accessories brand Wize & Ope have now been released globally! If you didn’t already know, Tune partnered up with Wize & Ope last year, which is his first business venture outside of the USA, and his goal is to make the watch company a successful worldwide brand.

Click here to purchase Weezy F Baby‘s own line of watches that are titled “Gummy” from Wize & Ope‘s website. The watches cost just over $100 and come in various designs such as red, white, yellow, black, grey, camo print, and leopard print.

Hit the jump to check out some photos of Wayne wearing a red leopard print “Gummy” watch. Will you be copping one?

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Lil Wayne Talks The Hot Boys, Relationship With Birdman, Creative Style, Young Money & More

Lil Wayne Talks Thinking He Would Retire With The Hot Boys, His Creative Style, Young Money & More

I have just come across a Lil Wayne interview online that took place at the Wize & Ope flagship store in Paris, France back in October, 2013. Even though this interview is not exactly “new”, I am posting it because I don’t believe I’ve seen the full version posted online anywhere before and especially not here on LilWayneHQ!

During the interview, Tune speaks on how he feels to see his Young Money artists be more than what he expected, always thinking that he would be in the Hot Boys group forever until he retired, the first time he realized he had a gift at rapping, his very first rhyme, being a great father, his stylist Marisa Flores, what his definition of a “clique” is, why he doesn’t write down his lyrics, meeting Cortez Bryant, his relationship with Birdman, partnering up with Wize & Ope, and more.

“I think when you write something down you become restricted, you’re focused on what your writing and therefore you can always write the same things, and you fall into the same pattern. Whereas if you do it from your head then everyday you wake up different.”

The interview seemed to get pretty awkward towards the end, but it was funny when the guy interviewing Weezy called the Hot Boys the “Lost Boys”. Tunechi also mentioned in the interview that if he ever stopped rapping it would be to make more kids!

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