Lil Wayne has criticised his team Green Bay Packers for their decision to hold Aaron Rodgers despite his poor performance on the field.
Tunechi expressed his displeasure with The Wisconsin NFL team via Twitter, following the team endured a grueling 15-9 loss to their division rival , the Detroit Lions.
“RIP to the season we should’ve gotten rid of 12 before the season,” Wayne posted on Twitter in reference to Rodgers’s number.
Wayne was a long-time lover of the Packers who dropped the hit song “Green & Yellow” in 2011 to cheer on the team as they played with Pittsburgh Steelers. Pittsburgh Steelers for the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
In an earlier interview in a previous interview with Fox News, Wayne admitted that he was as a Packers supporter and that the Packers’ merchandise was worn frequently.
“When you’re in the hood, towels, and the rest of it do not get hung up and nailed to walls. It gets used,” Weezy said. “So every day I was actually using the Green Bay towel, drinking out of that Green Bay cup, eating out of that Green Bay bowl.”
Rodger seems to be in agreement with Wayne’s assessment and he said in the press conference following the game on Sunday that the team had to “dig deep” to turn the season around. The Packers are currently 3-3 in the regular season.
“I had some s–ty throws, for sure,” Rodgers said.
Lil Wayne is fresh off his Lil Weezyana Festival, which did not go off without a hitch in his hometown in New Orleans, Louisiana at the close of October.
Tunechi was joined by Young Money to perform a headline show and astonished the crowd with their performance when Drake appeared to waltz out on the stage. The duo performed a couple of songs together, like “She Will” and “The Motto,” while Drizzy performed “Knife Talk,” “Jimmy Cooks,” “In My Feelings,” “Nonstop” and “God’s Plan.”
Rick Ross, Cam’ron Rob 49 Babyface Ray, Neno and Mellow Rackz also were on stage.
In addition Wayne was recently recognized by having his own exhibit at the National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM). Its Nashville, Tennessee exhibit hosted an event that allowed fans to view the items donated by Tunechi including the Grammy for Rap Album of the Year as well as the BET “I Am Hip-Hop” Award and a letter written to Rikers Island along with an authentic CD from his debut album on major label, Tha Block Is Hot..
“I’m very grateful to work with NMAAM and show students how Hip-Hop has been so influential on the culture,” Wayne declared in an interview. “Shout out to NMAAM for all the birthday love.”
The exhibit was revealed just only a few days following Lil Wayne celebrating his 40th birthday on the 27th of September, with several of his closest associates. Kanye West Drake, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, 2 Chainz, Cam’ron, Missy Elliott, Snoop Dogg, NBA YoungBoy, DJ Khaled, Janet Jackson and dozens more have also praised the legendary DJ on his birthday.
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