Lil Wayne Sues Quincy Jones III; Fires Off at Lawyer (Videos)

New Orleans-bred rapper Lil Wayne is embroiled in a lawsuit against filmmaker Quincy “QDIII” Jones III, son of legendary producer Quincy Jones. He claims the music in the documentary about himself was obtained illegally. The 2009 docu-film, The Carter, has Lil Wayne crying foul saying it’s a “scandalous portrayal” and Jones “don’t get it.”

During the deposition with Jones’ attorney, Pete Ross, Weezy bypasses most questions and begins to ridicule him. When asked if the clip of a video playing in the background is from an actual interview Wayne did with journalist Katie Couric, he responds, “Is that an interview that I actually gave with Katie Couric? … Pete Ross, that’s a stupid-ass question.”

It gets better. In the next clip, Lil Wayne obviously gets bored with the whole line of questioning, and to add what I hope is humor to the situation, channels his psychic abilities.

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