News: Lil Wayne Reveals What He Does All Day: "Honestly I Don't Listen To Music"

Sunday, Feb 3, 2013 11:01AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne recently took fans a bit closer into his personal life and revealed what he prefers to do when not crunching in studio time for new music.

Weezy F. Baby said when he is not watching skateboarding footage, he likes to kick back to a few non-rap musicians.

"Honestly I don't listen to music. I watch skate videos all day. If I listen to something it'd probably be Anthrax, there's a group called Anthrax - Keith Sweat, Anita Baker, something like that. Oh, you know what I have been listening to a lot lately? Too $hort." (NOLA)

The Young Money leader recently showed off his love for the skateboarding culture by tattooing a skateboard company's name onto his forehead.

You know what they say: "New year, new face tattoo." At least that's what Lil Wayne says. The rapper-turned-skateboarder decided to pay homage to skateboard company Baker the best way he knows how--by tattooing the word "baked" on his forehead. Weezy, who already has stars, a lightning bolt and teardrops (among other things) tattooed on his noggin, chose the area above his right eye for his new ink because... that's the only place he has left? (FUSE TV)

Last fall, Weezy treated his New Orleans hometown to a new skateboard park.

Lil Wayne returned to his hometown on his 30th birthday to present a very special gift. The sports enthusiast was on hand to cut the ribbon at the Trukstop skatepark in New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward, one of the most devastated sections of the city after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Following the ceremony, Weezy hit the ramp for a one-hour skate demo with the Mountain Dew Pro and Amateur skate teams, including Paul Rodriguez and Theotis Beasley. (Rap-Up)

Despite his admiration for the culture, Wayne previously revealed what group of skater haters dedicate themselves to trashing him.

"There is this skater crew called- I don't know why I'm giving them love, but it's called the 'FWC.' It's called the 'F--k Weezy Campaign' and it's a whole bunch of skaters that's just like, 'we don't like the fact that Wayne skates period.' Like 'stick to doing what you do, don't join our world, we don't want you here,' that type of thing." (RapFix)

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