Lil Wayne's absenteeism is going to cost him millions of dollars. The Young Money honcho lost his infringement case against Quincy Jones III (QDIII) on Monday (Nov. 5) and now he has to break out his checkbook.
Lil Wayne is on the mend after he suffered two seizures on two separate flights within a 24-hour period. On Saturday (Oct. 27), the 30-year-old rhyme-spitter went on Twitter and tweeted, "Thanx for all the prayers! I am good."
While not everyone is thrilled with the prospect of Drake executive producing the posthumous Aaliyah project, Lil Wayne has told the Associated Press (via RollingStone.com) that it's going to be an "awesome collaboration."
Rapper Lil Wayne has penciled in Nov. 13 as the release date for his 10th solo album 'I Am Not a Human Being II,' according to Rap-Up. The collection has already released two singles, 'My Homies Still' (Featuring Big Sean) and the Detail-assisted banger 'No Worries.'
Lil Wayne doesn't like to be asked questions, especially from a lawyer. In one of the most insane videotaped legal proceedings ever, Weezy is downright hostile and forgetful in a deposition with Quincy Jones III's attorney Pete Ross.