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Weezy and Ace Hood team up on a brand new track for the latter’s upcoming album Trials & Tribulations. The YMCMB umbrella continues to build it’s star-packed roster as DJ Khaled’s WTB was acquired a couple months ago. Ace gives the track a pretty catchy hook, and Wayne let’s the song borrow some of his better [...]
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Sports fan Lil Wayne popped up court side Tuesday night for Spurs vs. Warriors. Wayne took a seat right next to the Warriors bench and because he’s known for team hopping, most assumed the Warriors are his next bandwagon target. To be fair, super fan Jimmy Goldstein travels around the country to go to several NBA games as well. Young Tunchii even referenced him in a song a few...
Lil Wayne sitting baseline right by end of Warriors bench
— Marcus Thompson (@gswscribe) May 15, 2013
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The sports’ fan in me appreciates that Lil Wayne always makes an attempt to see his new favorite team up close and personal. Right now Wayne’s fanboy choices of the month seem to be whoever is playing his arch NBA rivals, the Miami Heat or the Oklahoma City Thunder. Earlier this week, young Tunchii was seen chilling out with members of the Chicago Bulls after they beat the Heat...
Rapper and noted NBA bandwagon fan Lil Wayne was all set to root for the latest “It” team last night, as his newly adopted Warriors took on the Spurs in San Antonio. Weezy picked a bad time to make his rooting preference known, as Steph Curry and Klay Thompson combined for 13 points, en route to a 109-91 blowout loss to the Spurs.
It’s okay, Wayne, the Miami Heat will probably...
Lil Wayne’s been receiving a lot of backlash for some Emmett Till-based lyrics on Future’s ‘Karate Chop’ remix, so much so that Mountain Dew has actually cut ties with Weezy. Although Wayne apologized for his “beat the p***y up like Emmett Till” line, many people are still upset it happened in the first place. While [...]
In the second installment of his interview with Hardknock TV at SXSW, 50 Cent opens up about even more topics. From what he hoped to achieve from Get Rich Or Die Tryin’ to the success of Kendrick Lamar and how he’s different from most artists, Fif continues to drop knowledge on the world. But the G-Unit General [...]