We reported earlier that Tuesday and earlier tonight Lil Wayne had suffered multiple seizures. Conflicting reports by TMZ had people in shambles. Mack Maine and Birdman both took to Twitter to bash TMZ for false reports. Well, look who just tweeted:
I’m good everybody. Thx for the prayers and love.
— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) March 16, 2013
Get better, Weezy!
Last year, Lil Wayne suffered multiple seizures while en route from Louisiana to Texas which forced his private jet to make an emergency landing.
Well, it happened again. Tunechi suffered multiple seizures Tuesday night following a video shoot in L.A.. TMZ stated that he had been taken to Cedars-Sinai hospital and was released hours later.
UPDATE: Weezy suffered another round of seizures today and was rushed to Cedars-Sinai again. TMZ reported that he was violently shaking and was placed on ventilation and was in an induced coma. Further reading, I found this by Mack Maine on Twitter:
Wayne is alive and well! We watching the Syracuse game…thanks for the prayers and concern..he will update you all soon. #love
— Mack Maine (@mackmaine) March 16, 2013
We will be releasing an official statement shortly but dont believe the nonsense about comas and tubes to breathe…that’s false!!
— Mack Maine (@mackmaine) March 16, 2013
My son is in good spirit..feelin much betta…be home soon.YMCMB
— BIRDMAN (@BIRDMAN5STAR) March 16, 2013
Lil Wayne, who lives in Miami but says the Lakers are his team, was in attendance at the Miami Heat and Los Angeles Lakers game tonight… But not for long. Apparently the Heat kicked him out!
So I’m @ da Heat game right, rootin 4 da Lakers kuz dats my team & would u believe they got police 2 make me leave?! Wow! F#€k da Heat
— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) February 10, 2013
I’ve always said, Juelz Santana is a problem. He’s one of the best rappers to never have a smash album. Delays, “personal drama,” whatever, but now it seems that he’s focused on his Born To Lose, Built To Win album and All We Got Is Us mixtape, or “gift” as Khaled calls it.
Anyway, the album is being executive produced by DJ Khaled & Lil Wayne, so it should be dope. Check out this little behind the scenes video of the three in the studio.
Yo, Tunechi, Juelz, Im still waiting on that I Can’t Feel My Face official album!
Lil Wayne adds his verse to this sex driven track, originally off of Late Nights with Jeremih, and now on his upcoming album Thumpy Johnson.
T.I. released Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head today marking this his 8th studio LP release. The proclaimed King of the South has pushed more than 6 million copies of his other LP albums since 2001 where he released I’m Serious amongst multiple mixtapes. Tip has paved the way for other southern and fellow Atlanta rappers with his infamous “Rubberband Man” and “24′s”. He’s [T.I.] also the general of his label Grand Hustle. Anyway, let’s get into the damn thing. Leggggooo!
Unlike most of his other studio albums, T.I. holds precedence over this album. He seems to have gone back to his roots from Trap Muzik and T.I. vs. T.I.P. He goes hard from the start to a little something for the ladies. A lot of controversy was held over the track “Ball” which features Lil Wayne. For those of you who claim you’re a T.I. fan or a fan of southern rap, you’d have no issues with this track. He knew what he was doing and made this a specific club banger for the ladies. It’s called Southern Bounce music. Fellas, put this track on for your girl and if she doesn’t start grinding her hips or poppin’ her ass, she got it all wrong.
Secondly, he’s got a little something for everybody on this album. “Trap Back Jumpin’” I’m assuming is his way of giving thanks to Bank Head and not being afraid of where he came from. The next track I’ll speak on, is “Addresses”. If you’ve been following the latest beef with him, you’ll know who this diss record is aimed at. Through all of the tribulations that Tip has overcome in the last couple of years, rather than click clacking it up, he puts his beef down on paper and spits verbal bullets rather than literal. He doesn’t need to dig a snub nose in your face to get his point across.
My final thoughts go like this: The entire album is clean cut, smooth hooks and catchy beats. The flow is typical T.I. material which still swoops you up and continues the listening party. At least for me, anyway. The collaborations are all in the right spots too. Not a huge review, but enough wanting you to go out and purchase this album. My money was well spent. Now get out there and buy it!
DJ Khaled and friends pop them bottles and share them bitches. Ya dig?