Drake Pens Epic Lil Wayne Letter: "I Would've Been Lost AT How To Maneuver This Game W/O Watching Yo
OVO Sound boss Drake is out here letting the world know just how much Lil Wayne's impacted his career. The hip-hop star has sent an uber special birthday shout-out Weezy F. Baby's way.
The 6 God went to Instagram Wednesday (September 27) to send heartfelt words to Wayne.
Happy Birthday bossssssy! Thank you for the endless tools and the inspiration! I would have been lost at how to maneuver this game without watching you do it first. I remember when they told you that it was impossible to build a skate ramp on your roof...and then I came back and you were skating on your roof. Please never change. Love for life. @mackmaine4president @tezzington @liltunechi @nickiminaj @imguddagudda @marleygblood @capitob @liltwist @jas.prince
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This week, various hip-hop stars hit up IG to salute Wayne's 35th b-day.
Wishing Weezy happy Gday; I see you celebrating with @originalbumbu #bumbuRum
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I'll kill for this one, just know. Happy Birthday @liltunechi Game Changing Legend vybez #YoungMoney over everything
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Happy Bday To 1 of the Greatest the @liltunechi
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Earlier in the day, Cash Money boss Birdman acknowledged Wayne's birthday.
In August, Wayne reacted to fans dissing Birdman during one of his shows.
"It's interesting though when y'all say it out here because y'all don't actually spend cash money so I don't know if you're talking about Cash Money or cash, money. That's crazy. 'F*ck Birdman,' I heard that one. ... F*ck 'em."
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