(Video) Future Brings Out Lil Wayne During Show At Nokia Theatre In Los Angeles!

Future kicked off BET weekend with a show at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. During his show, the rapper surprised the audience with a very special guest. Lil Wayne joined Future to perform “Same Damn Time”, “Turn On The Lights”, “Karate Chop”, and “Love Me”. To check out the footage, click below.

#DJFunkFlexApp NEW MUSIC: Shaquille O’Neal & ShaqIsDope – Karate Chop

No, that headline wasn’t a mistake! Look who’s back at rapping! Shaq decided to throw some bars on Future’s “Karate Chop”. I wonder if this is a one time thing or since he has some time on his hands if more is coming?! Take a listen after the jump & let us know what you think!

(Video) Bill O’Reilly Thinks Lil Wayne’s ‘Stupid Raps’ Are To Blame For Corrupted Youth

According to Bill O’Reilly, Lil Wayne’s questionable lyrics are the reason why “young black youth” are not succeeding in life. SMH. He uses a clip of Weezy and Future’s ‘Karate Chop’ and says those type of lyrics are brain-washing young kids of color to act out, do drugs, and get into trouble. Hit the jump and hear Bill’s full rant that on The O’Reilly Factor.

(Video) Jeremih – “Karate Chop” [Rmx]

“Eyes so low, shout out to #MY Asians…” I love you Jeremih, but this one was NOT for you. That is all! Hit the jump and check out Jeremih’s remixing of, Future and Lil Wayne’s, “Karate Chop.”

#DJFunkFlexApp NEW MUSIC: Wiz Khalifa – Karate Chop (Remix)

Today is a day of lost verses. First, 2 Chainz’ lost verse for Rihanna’s “Pour It Up (Remix)” turns up. Now, Wiz’ lost verse for Future’s “Karate Chop (Remix)” is discovered; it’s ironic how this lost verse is found and an original verse on the remix was purposely lost to never be heard again since it was overly offensive. In any case, Metro Boomin is to thank for supplying listeners with Khalifa’s lost verse, and it can be listened to below.

Producer Of “Karate Chop” Reveals Lil Wayne’s Verse Was Leaked & Emmitt Till Line Was To Be Taken Out

Lil Wayne’s reference to Emmitt Till on Future’s “Karate Chop” subsequently got him dropped from his Mountain Dew endorsement…but it was actually never supposed to see the light of day. Now, that doesn’t make what he said any better, but at least it shows that the people around him and Future DID have the smarts to say “no” to something that was questionable. Find out who it ended up getting out via the song’s producer Metro Boomin’s interview with VIBE.

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