Lil Wayne has been speaking frankly about ending his hip-hop career for a little over two years now. The biggest star in the Cash Money Records universe, Wayne has been releasing hit records since before he was old enough to drive. And in a recent interview with MTV, Weezy reiterated his desire to end his career following the release of his upcoming album Tha Carter V. Or at least, he plans to end his solo career.
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Lil Wayne was the featured guest for the season premiere of Katie Couric’s talk show “Katie,” and the controversial New Orleans rapper opened up, yet again, about his oft-discussed plans to retire from music by the time he turns 35. Wayne will be 32 on September 27th.
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