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Lil Wayne Finally Takes Action, Wants Leaked Sex Tape Zipped Up

Written By Biz Jones

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Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne is reportedly taking legal action to put a swift end to his leaked sex tape.

According to reports, Weezy F. Baby’s team is trying to make the x-rated footage disappear immediately.

Wayne’s attorneys fired off a cease and desist letter — obtained by TMZ — to Hollywood Street Kings … an urban blog that’s been posting clips. Wayne’s legal team is demanding the site to remove the video within 5 days, or else. As for what “or else” means … it’s a lawsuit, dummy! (TMZ)

Hip-hop artist Fong Sai U spoke to SOHH this week with his reaction to the leaked footage.

“I saw a glimpse of the Lil Wayne sex tape where he is going raw with two strippers, not just a normal working girl but a “working girl” that’s paid to make you feel special. By all means it’s nothing wrong with strippers but I don’t think I would be raw dogging them. I never understood why rappers liked passing around girls like a hot potato.” (SOHH)

Wayne’s rumored ex-girlfriend Karrine “Superhead” Steffans hopped onto her Twitter page last weekend and talked about their now-destroyed x-rated footage.

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Buzz about a Wayne sex tape featuring two women surfaced online last month.

We’re told the big porn companies have been contacted by a person in possession of the tape, which shows Wayne in nothing but his socks, and 2 more-than-accommodating women who do all the work. Wayne’s rep says if there is a tape, the rapper didn’t know he was being filmed. And the rep makes it clear they will pounce if a tape is released to the public, saying, “We’ll sue the hell out of them.” Without Wayne’s sign-off, the big porn companies would never take the risk. (TMZ)


Written by Biz Jones

SOHH.com Writer. You're likely to find me covering hip-hop news and music releases. Netflix is still my go-to before Disney Plus.


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