News: Lil Wayne Hurries Music Videos Before Jail Bid, Links W/ Shawty Lo & Playaz Circle
Monday, Jan 25, 2010 12:45PM
Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne is reportedly scheduled to shoot two new music videos before he reports to jail.
According to reports, Wayne will team with Shawty Lo and Playaz Circle for new visuals.
"Lil Wayne and rapper Shawty Lo will be shooting a music video in Atlanta on Monday. The video is for a song featuring Lil Wayne off of Shawty Lo's upcoming album" a source told NewLilWayne.com. "Lil Wayne will also be shooting another music video the following day with Birdman and Playaz Circle for the record "Big Dawg" off of Playaz Circle's current album Flight 360: The Takeoff." (New Lil Wayne)
The rapper is set to begin his sentence in a couple weeks.
Come 2010, Lil Wayne will have to face the music. The rap superstar appeared in court for a brief appearance this morning (December 15) where a judge set a February 9 sentencing date regarding his New York gun possession case. XXLMag.com confirmed with his attorney, Stacey Richman, that not only will Weezy be officially sentenced, but he is also scheduled to surrender himself to authorities and be shipped off to prison on that same day. He is expected to face 366 days behind bars. (XXL Mag)
Young Money's Jae Millz recently spoke on what he will be up to when Wayne reports to jail.
"What the f*ck you think I'm gonna do for eight months," Milz asked in an interview. "You gonna here so much free tunes, 'Free Lil Wayne,' I'm gonna make y'all n*ggas hate hearing that sh*t. I'm gonna make y'all n*ggas be like, 'They need to let that n*gga Wayne out. We tired of hearing this n*gga Millz say 'Free Lil Wayne, he only got eight months, I know n*ggas that got f*cking 20 years, what's eight months?' It ain't nothing to a n*gga who used to making money." (This Is 50)
Rapper Nicki Minaj also shared her reaction to her labelmate's situation.
"He is going to be up there in February. I'll [visit him] as often as I can. I mean, he's gonna be in New York and I'm from New York, so, I would love to just come up there as often as I can. But he's gonna be, there's gonna be so many people there so you know, I'm sure it'll go by in like, days, to him. It'll probably be a very weird experience but I think at the end he'll come out stronger, like, he always does. Nothing ever fazes him really." (Jenny Boom Boom TV)
Check out Jae Millz speaking on Lil Wayne's jail time down below: