February 5, 2015


7 Things That Could Happen After Lil Wayne Leaves Cash Money

#1Llil Wayne could write a tell-all memoir.

Lil Wayne's led a helluva life. Started rapping when he was eight. Accidentally shot himself in the chest at 12; signed to Cash Money Records the same year. Dropped his first album, as a member of the Hot Boys, at 15. Also had his first of four children, Reginae Carter, that year. Went platinum with his debut solo album, Tha Block Is Hot, released at age 17. Not to mention all the high-profile rap collaborations and celebrity encounters (like the infamous Katie Couric interview above), the health scares and historical music moments. Why not use the tantalizing Cash Money exit as the moment to write a comprehensive tell-all? Weezy doesn't touch a pad or a pen for his raps, but he could always hire a cowriter. (Like the RZA did for the awesome Tao of Wu.)

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