(Video) Jeezy ft. Lil Wayne – Bout That

Jeezy just released his latest album “Trap Or Die 3,” which is his third #1 album of his career. Today he revisits the album and drops the visuals for one of the standout cuts “Bout That” featuring Lil Wayne. Watch the video after the jump and lookout for “Snow Season” which is dropping before the year of the year.


(Video) Lil Wayne Shouts Out Roc-A-Fella During His Performance

Ouuuu! Things just got a bit interesting in this whole Lil Wayne and Birdman situation. We know Wayne has taken many shots at Birdman within the past few months as these two are currently in a $51 million feud. Wayne has made it quite clear that he is not here for Birdman at all as he has yelled ‘f*ck Cash Money’ at many shows. Well now things have just taken a even more interesting turn. Lil Wayne switched up his lyrics during a performance.


(Videos) Watch Lil Wayne, A$AP Mob, YG & More Perform At Camp Flog Gnaw Day 1

The 5th annual Camp Flog Gnaw put together by Tyler, The Creator went down this weekend in LA. Artists included Kamasi Washington, DJ Mustard, LiL Uzi Vert, Kaytranada, Lil Wayne, Odd Future members, A$AP Mob, Chris Brown, YG, Chance The Rapper and more. Hit the jump to relive some of the highlights and videos from the huge event


(Photo) Lil Wayne And Scott Storch Are Now Working Together on ‘Carter V’

Looks like Lil Wayne and Scott Storch are working on some new music together. We’ve been waiting for the ‘Carter V’ for forever.


(Video) Joe Budden Speaks On Lil Wayne’s ‘Black Lives Matter’ Comments

Lil Wayne had everyone shaking their heads with his recent Black Lives Matter comments. Wayne recently did an interview in which he stated he could not identify with the group. People were not happy about these comments, including his good friend T.I. who spoke upon his feelings via Instagram. Joe Budden is now speaking out on his comments and expressing his feelings.


(Photos) Reginae Responds To T.I.’s Post About Her Dad, Lil Wayne

Last week, Lil Wayne appeared on Nightline for an interview, and we’ve been talking about it ever since. His comments on the Black Lives Matter movement were disgusting, and though he’s since apologized and said that he only said it because he was upset over a previous question about his daughter. For most, that’s simply not enough. Taking to Instagram over the weekend, T.I. called his friend out in a lengthy post, telling him that he really needs to step up for the kids who look up to him, and he’s happy to sever their friendship if it means that Wayne will reflect on his actions. It’s a powerful message and one I think was necessary on a public platform, but Wayne‘s response appeared to be simply, “Fk ya.”


Lil Wayne Responds To T.I. Calling Him Out About His #BlackLivesMatter Rant : “Fck Ya”

So this past week Lil Wayne made what a lot of people (myself included) are seeing as irresponsible comments towards the Black Lives Matter movement. The most notable comment he made was that

“if you feel connected to it your crazy”.

The comments were made on several platforms such as Night line NBC and on stage at a performance. Lately T.I. called Floyd Mayweather out on his irresponsible comments towards Black Lives Matter so when Wayne’s comments surfaced, naturally everyone looked at T.I.. Wayne and T.I. are very close but that didn’t stop Tip from calling Wayne out on his nonsense. Wayne’s response? “Fck Ya”. Check out more on the story after the jump.


(Video) Lil Wayne Actually Tried To Block The “BLM Rant” Video From Nightline Before It Aired

Weezy’s been the breaking news as of late because of his stance and view on Black Lives Matter. Truth is he and his team were rapidly trying to block the whole interview from seeing the light of day, probably because they realized the thunderstorm it would cause and oh weren’t they right.


(Video) Lil Wayne Apologizes For Black Lives Matter Rant

Lil Wayne has now apologized for his ‘Black Lives Matter’ rant. Earlier we reported that Wayne said he does not identify with the group. He says he got aggravated about the question on his daughter which caused him to go all the way off.


(Video) Lil Wayne Says He Doesn’t Feel Connected To Black Lives Matter

When Lil Wayne said he doesn’t know what racism was because he’s never experienced it, he had everyone scratching or shaking their heads. Now in his new interview with ABC’s Nightline, we get a preview where Wayne explains his disconnection to the Black Lives Matter movement and why he doesn’t feel anything.


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