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Fans Worried About Lil Wayne’s Drastic Weight Gain & Sick Face



Lil Wayne Gains Weight & Looks Sick In New Video

Lil Wayne Gains Weight & Looks Sick In New Video

Rap legend Lil Wayne, has been putting on some weight, and not in a good way. The rapper, who has long battled a serious add*ction to op*ates, has been looking very swollen and bloated lately.

Many of his fans are wondering if the years of abusing his body, may have finally caught up with him.

Some fans are even suggesting that Wayne, whose eyes are bloodshot red, may be suffering from some sort of liver ailment. And Lil Wayne’s dramatic weight gain is troubling, because just a few months ago – he looked normal. Here’s a video, showing Wayne looking sickly.


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Wayne is regarded as one of the most influential hip hop artists of his generation, and is often cited as one of the greatest rappers of all time. Wayne’s career began in 1995, when he was signed by rapper Birdman to his record label Cash Money Records, becoming the youngest member of the label at age eleven.

From then on, he was the flagship artist of Cash Money Records before ending his association with the imprint in June 2018.

Wayne has sold over 200 million records worldwide, including more than 25 million albums and 92 million digital tracks in the United States, making him one of the world’s best-selling music artists.

He has won five Grammy Awards, eleven BET Awards, four Billboard Music Awards, two MTV Video Music Awards and eight NAACP Image Awards. On September 27, 2012, he became the first male artist to surpass Elvis Presley with the most entries on the Billboard Hot 100, with 109 songs. Wayne founded his own record label, Young Money Entertainment in 2005, which has signed artists including Drake and Nicki Minaj.

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