News: Lil Wayne's Laughing Off "Carter" Deposition Clips: "The Tapes Are Hilarious"
Saturday, Sep 29, 2012 8:27AM
With rap star Lil Wayne's current deposition tapes in a Quincy Jones III case currently the hot talk online this week, reports claim Weezy F. Baby has also joined in on the laughs.
Unfazed by the multiple clips, reports claim Wayne is not losing sleep over his memorable remarks.
Lil Wayne ain't fazed one bit by the hilarious deposition tapes that surfaced this week -- telling friends, the footage makes him look like a BOSS ... and he's glad people got a taste of his twisted sense of humor. Sources close to Wayne tell us, everyone in the rapper's camp thinks the tapes are hilarious. We're told Wayne believes he answered the questions astutely -- and if anyone looks dumb, it's Quincy's lawyer ... who asked all the wrong questions in the depo. As one source put it, Wayne "is still winning." (TMZ)
The videos became an overnight hot topic a few days ago.
It's the most entertaining legal proceeding -- possibly ever! In a videotaped deposition ... Lil Wayne -- who is suing Quincy Jones III over a documentary about him -- says he can't remember ANYTHING -- but what he DOES remember is hysterical. Q III had his production team follow Lil Wayne around for months to chronicle his life as he was putting together his album, "Tha Carter III." It appears Lil was on board, but things fell apart because the rapper hated the movie, calling it a "scandalous portrayal." Lil Wayne is grilled by Qunicy's lawyer, Pete Ross from the powerhouse law firm of Browne George Ross, who hammers Wayne about his criminal record, but the rapper claims he remembers nothing. And then there are the alleged threats Wayne makes against Pete Ross. Wayne says he wasn't threatening the lawyer. (Anti Music)
Earlier this month, reports of Weezy's lawsuit against QD3 hit the Internet.
He claims that Jones illegally used music from his platinum-selling album Tha Carter IV in an unauthorised documentary about his life. The Grammy winner is now demanding unspecified damages as well as a court injunction that would ban all producers from using his music in the future. This is the second lawsuit Lil Wayne has launched in regards to documentary The Carter. In 2009, he sued Jones's production company QD3 Entertainment for fraud and breach of contract, after the makers of the film allegedly backed out on a deal to give the rapper final approval. Lil Wayne recently refused to pay a $400,000 fine in a court judgement regarding a breach of contract with a concert promoter. (Digital Spy)
Outside of legal matters, the Young Money leader celebrated his 30th birthday this week.
The Young Money rapper spent $180,000 to turn an empty Hollywood building into a club for one night only. A guest tells RumorFix exclusively, "They had a sex room that had condoms, lube and Tang." Maybe that's why the event was called "Project XXX." There was a swimming pool with a constant flow of girls -- and the party planner made sure there were plenty of ladies dressed in lingerie to give the party some sex appeal. (RumorFix)
Check out the Lil Wayne's deposition below: