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Lil Wayne Links With Tory Lanez After Pardon

Lil Wayne Links With Tory Lanez After Pardon! Lil Wayne is undoubtedly one of the most influential and impactful artists the hip-hop industry has ever had. The rapper boasts of one classic album under his belt, a collection of beloved mixtapes as well as powerful and imaginative punchlines. Though he has courted drama and controversy in the past, the artist has remained focused and consistent on his music always. He has never let the few challenges derail his course in the music industry.

Lil Wayne was recently staring at a potentially serious jail term  of up to 10 years after he pleaded guilty to illegal possession of a handgun. Luckily for the rapper, he was among the 74 people  Pardoned by former President Trump during his last day in office. Wayne took to social media to thank Trump for the generous act. The rapper had endorsed Donald Trump a week to the November 20 election amid criticism that the move was aimed at receiving some sort of mercy from Trump. His Lawyer issued a statement after the pardon defending the move claiming the rapper’s endorsement of Trump was not so he could get pardoned. Now that he is a free man Wayne back in the game like never before.

One day after receiving his pardon, Wayne connected with Tory Lanez to shoot some visuals for the new Loner single “Big Tipper.” Going by Tory Lanez shared on IG, it looks like the video will feature lots of nudity. In the video Weezy is seen to be spitting bars while a woman lies in front of him, naked.

“@liltunechi bruh … FIRST DAY AFTER THE PARDON, my ni*ga came and did my video for #BigTipper feat . @melii,” captions Tory, sharing the clip on his IG page. “I WILL NEVER FORGET THE TREMENDOUS LOVE U SHOW ME TUNE !!!”

Clearly, Tory Lanez has been keeping his friends close, having retained good working relationships with DaBaby, Weezy, and more. This comes in the wake of some legal issues of his own, for allegedly being involved in the shooting of Megan Thee Stallion. 

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