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Weezy appeared dismissive when asked to verify his legal woes in the past years and mocked the lawyer when asked to confirm the obvious.
The husband of Blake Lively keeps it low profile in New York after returning from his honeymoon in Little Washington.
The four rappers have a cookout with their friends in the clip, which pays homage to Dr. Dre's 1990s music video for 'Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang'.
'Tell her I is gay/ I ain't got now worries, no Frank Ocean, nah I'm straight,' Weezy drops his verses that may cause controversy.
The rapper is not pleased with Quincy Jones III-produced documentary film about him, asking for unspecified amount of damages in his lawsuit.
According to DJ Drama's tweet, the delayed mixtape is going to be made available for digital download starting September 3.
The countdown starts now as Weezy finally makes public when his delayed street album will be made available for purchase.
The 'Simply Amazing' singer, along with Kevin Hart, directs the music video which sees him playing a coach of female football team.
Weezy is 'just sitting back watching, and seeing the fruits of his labor' while the Harajuku Barbie crafts her verses in the recording booth.
Wayne decides to push back his latest mixtape to give room for his good pal's new album 'Based on a T.R.U. Story', which was dropped shortly before his record was originally set to come out.
'It's kind of putting rap on the back burner. Rap's taken a backseat to skating,' so the Young Money rapper states when announcing his hiatus plan.
Keyshia lingers in an empty hallway and room before singing her heartache to an unfazed-looking Weezy.
Keyshia is locked in a padded room in the 30-second clip which is debuted ahead of the music video's official premiere on August 2.
The crazy video features rappers Lil Wayne and Big Sean hanging out with mannequins and skeletons in a twisted version of the suburbs.
The rumors are true, the 'X Factor (US) judge will lead the July 22 live show, replacing last year's Kaley Cuoco.