Because, he says, black people ‘don’t drink’ beer.
Luckily for Lil Wayne, his new music video for his “CoCo” freestyle starts off with the correct audio track. In other words, no mic throwing at the DJ here.
“Is he trying to be funny?”
Lil Wayne dropped his latest mixtape Sorry 4 the Wait 2 in January and has already racked up over 4 million downloads – a feat he is celebrating with a new club tour.
More specifically, it was the wrong version of the song “CoCo.”
With Lil Wayne the latest victim of a swatting hoax, here’s 6 more times your favorite celebs have suffered the same fate.
A report that a shooting had occurred at Lil Wayne’s Miami Beach home, leaving four wounded, ended up a hoax.
Lil Wayne will also appear on the record, Migos’ first.
It will also be free in a very literal way.
Lil Wayne is not the first rapping father to appear on the show: Diddy’s son appeared on an episode back in 2007.