December 19, 2007 03:59:05 GMT
The 25-year-old rapper doesn't see himself rapping in his thirties but becoming an entrepreneur.
Lil Wayne's new year resolution is to simply get busy. Apart from managing his already established clothing and alcohol line, Weezy is planning to take several movie roles. The reason to it? A retirement within five years.
The rapper who will soon release his new album, said that he will settle down in his thirties to concentrate on having a basketball team. "When I'm 30 or 35, I don't want to be into this s**t no more," said the 25-year-old. "I want to own a basketball team or some kind of team."
He added, "That's why I'm in the studio every night. Now, I'm 25. You think I'm gonna be doing this s**t 10 years from now? Or even five? That's my drive."
The rapper is set to release 'Tha Carter III' on February 12, 2008 which was renamed to 'The Leak' after so many of its tracks appeared online. He is also working on the third installment of his collaboration with DJ Drama called 'Dedication III', due either late 2008 or early 2009.
On other news, it was reported that Weezy made an unlikely collaboration with High School Musical star Zac Efron on a remix CD called 'HSM2: Non-Stop Dance Party'. The latest report surfacing is that it was only a joke set by a well-respected arts and entertainment publication, America's O.C. Weekly. The publication is set to make an apology to both party.