Posted in RAP NEWSApril 12, 2013
Lil Wayne’s night in a Miami strip club almost ended with blows — he and Trick Daddy came dangerously close to a Drake-Chris Brown type brawl … and TMZ has photos inside the club. Weezy was chillin’ at King of Diamonds last night when, according to sources inside the club, he started to get a bad vibe from Trick Daddy’s posse. We’re told Wayne decided to cut the night short, and while walking out with the homie Mack Maine … a few of TD’s boys stepped up and threw a lit cigarette in Wayne’s dreads.
Posted in RAP NEWSMarch 29, 2013
Lil Wayne said publicly for the first time what we told you about 2 weeks ago … he was near death after suffering multiple, violent seizures. Wayne, during an interview with Power 106 in L.A. yesterday, said he’s an epileptic and prone to seizures. And he said … he’s been having seizures for a long time.
Posted in RAP NEWSMarch 27, 2013
Lil Wayne’s tenth studio album, “I Am Not A Human Being II,” out Tuesday (March 26) on Cash Money Records, is laced with everything you’d expect from the rapper. Similar to his latest efforts, “I Am Not A Human Being II” is filled with whit, lewdness and downright bizarre self-made comparisons, including one to penile Transformers.
Posted in RAP NEWSMarch 16, 2013
Sources at the hospital tell us Wayne is still in critical condition in the ICU … but stabilizing. We’re told the prognosis is uncertain. Wayne is sleeping right now … which is odd, because he just tweeted saying he’s OK and thanking people for the prayers and love.
Posted in RAP NEWSMarch 15, 2013
Lil Wayne was hospitalized this week in L.A. following what appeared to be multiple seizures … TMZ has learned. Sources close to the rapper tell us, Wayne suffered the seizures Tuesday night after shooting a music video in L.A. and was subsequently taken to Cedars-Sinai hospital. Weezy was released several hours later, early Wednesday morning. We’re told he’s doing much better now.
Posted in RAP NEWSNovember 30, 2012
Birdman has revealed his latest scheme for his record imprint. In what seems to be a high target to reach, Birdman has said that he is aiming to put out 100 albums every year. Speaking to MTV News, he explained the plan. “Right now, as we stand, we have [48 acts] between Young Money, Cash Money, We The Best,” he said.