Lil Wayne has spent most of the day on Tuesday (September 27,) marking his 40th birthday. the love has come pouring into his New Orleans rapper from many of his peers.
In between social media updates and videos delivered via the internet at Wayne during the 40th-anniversary celebration this weekend The weekend was filled with a stellar cast of celebrities who have sent birthday greetings to Wayne. Young Money president.
The dazzling cast of co-workers who offered best wish to Weezy comprised Kanye West, Drake, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, 2 Chainz and Cam’ron. Missy Elliott, Snoop Dogg, NBA YoungBoy, DJ Khaled, Janet Jackson and many more.
“The most influential rapper to be born signed me about fifteen years ago,”” Nicki wrote. “Shit wild @LilTunechi HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY FRIDGE MY BOSS My Partner MY IDOL MY INSPIRED. My everything.”
The video message compilation was shown during Wayne’s birthday bash that night on Sunday (September 25,) in The Nice Guy located in Los Angeles where Keith Sweat performed a live, intimate show of 1987’s smash “Don’t You Stop Love” to the audience.
“Tunechi Lee My brother, happy birthday. I love you very much,” Drake was saying while struggling with using his camera on his phone. “I’m seeking to prove to you how, but I’m not sure which way to flip this thing around to look like the way you do… I’m not in shit without you. That’s the first and the second is that I don’t going to.”
Kanye West and Lil Wayne have teamed up on a variety of tracks such as “Lollipop (Remix),” “Barry Bonds” and many more. Yeezy posted a birthday video via France where he’s been going to shows for Paris Fashion Week.
It’s fitting, Lil Wayne has another reason to celebratehis birthday, since his birthday is also the day that Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has awarded Lil Wayne 22 platinum-certified albums in the exact same week that he celebrated his birthday.
The platinum plaques that are new cover Wayne’s entire career and include his most popular singles, with the most notable achievements including “6 Foot 7 Foot,” and “Love Me” featuring Drake and Future, which are now 7x platinum.