Louisiana rapper Lil Wayne is reflecting. The hip-hop star has come out and spoken about the controversial meeting he had with former United States President Donald Trump.
Lil Wayne Reflects On Donald Trump Meeting
Weezy says that progress is always possible and dished out no regret about linking up with Trump prior to the 2020 presidential election. He kept it short and to the point but surely gave an answer with hope.
“Progress is always possible”
Lil Tunechi also spoke about the recent controversy behind Charlotte native DaBaby and his Rolling Loud comments. He spoke on the power of social media when talking about the public response Baby got.
“You know how it does. The spotlight on artists and celebrities is absolutely crazy. You don’t even have to be a celebrity. Even normal people can feel like they’re wrong because their 200 followers said something. But that’s the power of social media today.”
Lil Wayne Reacts To TC3 Success
The Young Money boss has a billion reasons to celebrate. The music heavyweight lit up social media in late June 2021 to offer up gratitude for arguably his best project – ever – hitting the billion streams milestone on Spotify.
Lil Tunechi shared a special post on Instagram to commemorate Tha Carter III‘s big accomplishment. He thanked fans and all of his listeners in the caption.
“A Billi A Billi A Billi…… shoutout @spotify and @rapcaviar. And most importantly shoutout every last one of y’all that listened, streamed, and still bump it till this day!! 🤙🏾 #IAintShitWithoutYou“
Lil Wayne Has Found The Little Kid Inside Him
The Grammy-winning artist is really a kid at heart. The hip-hop superstar recently lit up social media with a priceless shot of a mini-me looking spot-on like himself much like his Tha Carter III cover art.
Weezy F. Baby went to his Instagram page with a must-see shot. Fresh from dropping endless guest featured songs, Wayne slows down and hints at being in a mode nothing shy of energized as suggested from the snapshot.
Lil Wayne Leads Return Of Summer Festivals
Wayne is signifying the return of big summer festivals for hip-hop fans. The hip-hop icon is set to reopen L.A.’s Memorial Coliseum after the COVID-19 pandemic with his UPROAR music festival, and tickets have been officially available. Wayne’s UPROAR Hip-Hop Festival is described as an immersive and interactive experience with music, arts, and nightlife activities. It will happen on Friday, August 13.
UPROAR Hip-Hop Festival also marks a grand opening of the nearly century-old LA Coliseum, which has been named a historic landmark, after a multi-million dollar renovation. The Festival will take place within The Torch, the general admission venue located in the iconic Peristyle plaza entrance.