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Lil Wayne Talks ‘Tha Carter V,’ Kobe Bryant, & Donald Sterling

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Lil Wayne turned to his favorite publication, ESPN The Magazine, for his latest interview. Young Money’s MVP spoke about his love for sports and how he got Kobe Bryant and Floyd Mayweather Jr. to tweet out teasers for Tha Carter V. He also revealed that it was the Lakers star who came up with the “Carter V Season” catchphrase.

Weezy’s final album is due sometime this year. So what can we expect? “Tha Carter V is about growth, flat-out,” he told ESPN.

Plus, the “Lakers die-hard” shared his thoughts on Donald Sterling and social media.

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Lil Wayne Debuts ‘Side Bitch’ for Weezy Wednesdays

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Carter V season continues. Last week, Lil Wayne previewed his freestyle “Tina Turn Up Needs a Tune Up.” And this week it’s all about the side chicks.

In episode 14 of Weezy Wednesdays, the Young Money captain explains the difference between a regular girl and a “Side Bitch.” He then pushes play on a new song inspired by his relationships.

“I can’t wait until she my bitch / ‘Cause right now, I’m just her side bitch / She gotta ni**a she can ride with,” he raps. “Lord, I’m so tired of being her side bitch.”

The DJ Scoob Doo-directed clip ends with a contract, which outlines the terms of being a side chick.

Hear Weezy speak from experience.

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Lil Wayne Defends Lil Twist, Says ‘F**k You’ to Scooter Braun

Lil Twist and Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne is coming to Lil Twist’s defense. The Young Money chief has some words for Justin Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun.

Twist’s friendship with Bieber ended after he was removed from the teen superstar’s home following a series of run-ins with the law. He was portrayed as being a bad influence on Bieber, but Wayne won’t let him take the fall.

In a video shot by DJ Scoob Doo last night (via MTV News), Weezy delivers some scathing words directed at Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun, whom he deems responsible for tarnishing Twist’s name.

“I heard this bitchass ni**a Scooter talkin’ shit about my little brother,” says Weezy as he exits his private jet with his arm around Twist.

“Ni**a, this my motherfu**in’ brother, anything you got to say, when you see me say it to my motherfu**in’ face,” says Wayne. “And if you do happen to say it to my motherfu**in’ face, I ain’t gonna make you eat them words ni**a, I’ma put them bitches on your tombstone.”

He ends the threatening clip by saying, “Fu*k you Scooter!”

In November, Twist publicly accused Scooter of planting stories to make him look bad and uphold Bieber’s “squeaky clean” image.

Watch Weezy’s words for Scooter below.

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New Music: Rocko f/ Lil Wayne – ‘Good’


Rocko sets off Memorial Day weekend with something “Good.” The “U.O.E.N.O.” rapper links with Lil Wayne for his latest single, produced by TM88 of 808 Mafia.

The Young Money boss sings the praises of the P-U-S-S-Y on his sexually-explicit verse. “I can’t believe it’s not butter / And when I’m in it, I see the light,” he raps, adding, “Crazy bitches got the best pussy / That’s why I’m still fu**in’ my ex pussy.”

Hear them celebrate that good good.

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Lil Wayne Previews New Freestyle ‘Tina Turn Up Needs a Tune Up’

Tuna Turn Up Needs a Tune Up

After dropping “D’usse” last week, Lil Wayne previews another new song as part of his Weezy Wednesdays series.

With a blunt in hand, the Young Money captain hits the studio to record a freestyle called “Tina Turn Up Needs a Tune Up” featuring Lil Twist and Euro aka The Maintenance Men. Weezy goes off the top of the dome, while Twist and Euro play hype men.

He declares himself “Weezy the king” and tells his girl that she needs a “real ni**a.”

“She need a king, fuck them princes / You’re a queen / Let’s have a princess,” he raps, adding, “Oh, ya’ll just datin’? Well I’m still hating.”

Tina Turn Up is reportedly Christina Milian. The labelmates were recently in the studio with Mannie Fresh recording for Tha Carter V.

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Rap-Up TV: Nicki Minaj Talks New Single, ‘Tha Carter V,’ and Drake

The buzz has been building for Nicki Minaj’s third album, and the time has finally come for her to drop the first single. Before she hit the stage at PowerHouse 2014 on Saturday, the Young Money diva dished to Rap-Up TV about the track, which is expected to debut on Wednesday.

“It feels very uplifting and it feels very soulful,” she shared. “It’s a great, I feel, indicator of what The Pink Print will feel like in terms of the storyline of that song.”

The album, due sometime this year, marks a return to her roots. “The Pink Print will remind people why they fell in love with Nicki Minaj,” she added. “And I think that needs to be done.”

She also revealed that Lil Wayne has sent her a track for his final album Tha Carter V. “He did send me something, but you know Wayne is so unpredictable,” she said. “You never know what’s going to make it until the last, very last ending. But you know, Wayne is my baby and I love him.”

Plus, will Drake be on The Pink Print? Find out what Nicki had to say.

New Music: Lil Wayne – ‘D’usse’


After teasing the track as part of Weezy Wednesdays, Lil Wayne serves up the full version of “D’usse,” which borrows its name from Jay Z’s cognac. The Young Money chief spits a fiery four-minute flow, shouting out Hov and his fallen comrades on the Lee Majors production.

“I been done my time / I’m getting better with time / But real ni**as don’t whine, we’ll burn down your vineyard,” he raps.

Wayne is warming up for his final album Tha Carter V. He dropped the first single “Believe Me” with Drake earlier this month and recently hit the studio with Christina Milian and Mannie Fresh.

Get drunk on Weezy’s new joint.

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