We fall down, but we get up. And for his third webisode, Tunechi does just that as he recovers from a skating injury which temporarily forces him to take leave from his profession.
Previously: Ep. 2
Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) August 23, 2012
Initially slated to be released last week, Lil Wayne and DJ Drama are finally ready to release their fourth installment of their Dedication series next Thursday. Hopefully, it’ll be worth the wait.
During Busta’s visit with Angie Martinez yesterday, he weighed in on Nicki’s Summer Jam controversy. He also says he understands Lil Wayne’s comment on NY stating everyone’s entitled to their own opinion.
The first chapter of 2 Chainz’s Based On A T.R.U. Story begins with the Lil Wayne collabo, “Yuck!” Fittingly enough, the title also describes Weezy’s feelings about his verse.
“I’m very upset about that just to let everybody know: He put me on that, I sound wack as hell on there,” Weezy said laughing. “He did not tell me that was gonna be the first song on his album. We were just in the studio and, man, I just did that. I was in there just messing around and I come back and hear it’s [the] #1 [track] on his [album]. Please don’t judge me from that — my bar game is way higher than that, man.”
From his 2007 arrest to the recent Summer Jam debacle, guess you can say the Empire State is Tunechi’s least favorite place. After telling MTV that he didn’t like the city, New York Senator Malcolm Smith responded to Wayne’s comments and insisted on an apology.
New York City is the birthplace of the Hip Hop music movement. Millions of New Yorkers listen to his music every day. His comments has outraged his local fans and residents. The group today will be demanding an apology of the hip hop star. Lil Wayne has had misfortune in New York with recent gun charges and a jail sentence.
UPDATE: Footage of senator’s press conference and Birdman cosigns Weezy