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This is an interesting footnote to the kiss between Rihanna and Chris Brown at last night's MTV Video Music Awards ... she's apparently not a big Drake fan.

In the video below - taken seconds after Drake and Lil' Wayne and crew went to go claim their award for Best Hip-Hop Video - the camera zooms in on Rih.

She appears to be mouthing "I hate those a$$holes."

Sitting just a few seats down from Drake, Weezy and Nicki Minaj, Rihanna also refused to clap for the rapper when his name was announced Thursday.

Her (apparent) reaction is a bit of a surprise, since she and Drizzy were tight at one point, and yet not surprising, given that Chris Brown is the love of her life.

Or so Rihanna told Oprah, fighting back tears. Chris also sustained a nice gash on his face during the infamous NYC club brawl with Drake's crew this year.

That fight allegedly broke out over none other than Rihanna, who both are clearly obsessed with ... but who Drake disses hardcore in his video with 2 Chainz.

The long and short of it? Point, Chris Brown. Maybe.

Rihanna and Chris: More than friends?

 

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While the Chris Brown-Rihanna kiss was perhaps the VMAs' most tweeted event, Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz' performance was definitely the most bleeped.

2 Chainz may be the new guy in the rap game, but the lanky dread-head towered over the set and captivated the Staples Center crowd from the get-go.

"Cut the top off, call it Amber Rose," Chainz rapped in "Yuck," referencing Wiz Khalifa's once bald-headed, now crop-topped and very pregnant fiancee.

Lil Wayne, a.k.a. Tunechi, backed up Chainz during the track, then took center stage as the DJ cut off "Yuck" and played his new release, "No Worries."

Wayne jumped up and down, shirtless and wearing no sunglasses for once, just tearing thorough the song. Even his boy 2 Chainz got in on the act.

Chainz began to hype up the Young Money / Cash Money boss up by accentuating Weezy's bars with persistent instructions to the crowd to "Turn up."

They obliged. Fortunately, those in attendance could actually hear the song; TV audiences may have found it hard to follow Wayne's censored lyrics.

Can't say that's a big surprise, though. This is Lil Wayne here. Dude even began his verse: "Tunechi up in this bitch, everybody should be worried."

Indeed.

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In a recent interview with MTV, Lil Wayne - who spent 10 months in Riker's Island on weapons charges in 2010 - made it very clear, telling the network: "I don't like New York."

And apparently that was all it took for New York State Senator Malcolm A. Smith to hold a press conference in Times Square and call out the rapper for daring to diss his city.

Yes, folks, it's election season.

"I take strong exception to the words 'I don't like New York,'" said Smith, directing his comments at Lil Wayne. "You don't have to sell your products here. And perhaps we won't come to your concerts."

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Lil Wayne is getting in the middle of Drake's beef with Chris Brown, though his goal is to end it amicably so all parties involved can keep making cash money.

Weezy and his peeps at Young Money, which reps Drake, have been quietly urging him to do what he can to put the feud to bed because it's bad for the biz.

Yes ... as violent and hardcore as the rap game cis, there is such a thing as bad PR, and Lil Wayne senses that stemming from the Chris Brown-Drake fight.

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Sources say Drake has gotten calls from Weezy, Birdman, Mack Maine and others at Young Money, urging the rapper to extend an olive branch to Brown.

Since Brown appears on several tracks with YM members, they feel it's best to let bygones be bygones after the fight that got W.i.P. nightclub shut down.

Drake doesn't want to reach out to Chris, however, until he knows CB doesn't blame him for the melee that led to serious injuries and property damage.

Brown's lawyer has been saying that Drake was one of the aggressors, which the Canadian rapper denies, as does Meek Mill, the other rapper involved.

Lil Wayne has made it clear he's on Drake's side no matter what, but "making money matters most" and the bottom line trumps any personal grudge.

When Lil Wayne is the voice of reason, you know $h!t is outta hand.

Instigator or not, Drake best take heed, even if - to borrow one of our favorite Weeds quotes - thug means never having to say you're sorry.

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After the Oklahoma City Thunder denied Lil Wayne entry to Game 3 of the NBA's Western Conference Finals the other night, the rapper was left out in the cold.

And reeling emotionally. Despite the seemingly fair and straightforward reason for his denial - he had no ticket - he says he feels "unwelcome and unwanted."

The rapper said two Thunder players - Kevin Durant and James Harden - reached out to offer him tickets to last night's Game 4, but "that's not the point."

'That's the players stepping up but of course the players aren't white," Weezy lamented.

Lil Wayne, Gun

"I don't want to be sitting there next to a (person) that's like 'I don't want this (guy) sitting next to me.' (Forget) you ... I'm in Forbes,'' he laughed.

Lil Wayne Tweeted on Thursday night that he had been ''denied by the team to be in their arena.'' The team responded by saying the game was sold out.

But the Grammy-winner described a more complicated scenario later.

He said he typically procures tickets for such games ''from this guy named Mike'' who had requested special security, parking and entrance for LW.

According to Mike, whoever the heck that is, the team responded that they would only sell the courtside seats he requested for Mike's personal use.

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Memo to Lil Wayne: You need "tickets" to get into an "event."

If the tickets are sold out, then you usually can't go. Sometimes there are exceptions, but usually not for a game that has already been sold out for weeks, and generally not for seats better than 99.9 percent of the people who bought them already.

Lil Wayne learned this the hard way last night.

Lil Wayne and Birdman

Weezy felt like going to Thursday's NBA playoff tilt between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the visiting San Antonio Spurs. The Thunder, with no seats to spare (least of all any courtside seats, which he insisted on sitting in), politely declined.

Thunder spokesman Dan Mahoney says Lil Wayne's reps did contact the team requesting tickets, but insisted he sit on the front row, and no seats were available.

Oklahoma City sold out every game during the regular season and playoffs this year. Mahoney says: "We'd love to have him, but like anyone else, he needs a ticket."

Makes sense to us. But apparently not LW, who Tweeted this:

Weezy Tweeting

That's right, denied by the team, as if they were making some kind of statement. What a douche. Also, no way he was rooting for the Spurs last night. None.

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A new Pusha T song, "Exodus 23:1," is the cause of a budding hip hop feud between the artist and Lil Wayne's Young Money crew, including Drake.

In the song, Pusha T does not name either Drake or his YM boss Weezy, but it's apparently obvious to peeps who listen to this stuff what he's referring to.

As a result, Wayne fired back at Pusha T and his supporters via Twitter: "Fuk pusha t and anybody that love em," he wrote on the social media site.

On "Exodus 23:1," Pusha raps:

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"Contract all fucked up / I guess that means you all f--ked up / You signed to one n----, that's signed to another n----, that's signed to three n----s."

"Now that's bad luck / Damn that sh-t even the odds now / You better off selling this hard now / You call it living out your dreams / You can't fly without your wings."

What that means, we have no f--king idea, but it sounds hardcore, based on all the profanity, and Lil Wayne is clearly far from pleased about it.

Stay tuned. More angry Tweets are sure to come.

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Lil Wayne has a knack for making it rain. This is unquestioned. No matter the timing, no matter the circumstances, the rapper wants to throw dat cash!

Hey, when you gots insane amounts of bank, flaunt it.

With that in mind, The Chive created this amazing photo gallery of Weezy making it rain in all sorts of interesting situations ... ones you might not typically associate as the most natural fits for his notorious strip club behavior.

For instance, here's him right after the royal wedding ...

Lil Wayne at the Royal Wedding

... and in President Barack Obama's Situation Room, during the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan last year. Someone's gotta lighten the mood:

Lil Wayne in the Situation Room

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton looks understandably shocked, but the rainmaker does what he's gotta do. Follow the link above for a dozen more of these gems.

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Lil Wayne claims he is not engaged to girlfriend Dhea, and that his recent proclamations of "SHE SAID YES!" referred only to her being his Valentine.

Oooookay.

The confusion arose at a Miami restaurant last night, when he paid the staff to slip a mammoth ass ring inside a dessert he had delivered to the table.

Moments after the signature ice cream sundae (and ring) came, Weezy then jumped on top of their table shouted to the restaurant, "SHE SAID YES!"

Lil Wayne, Dhea

Everyone inside the restaurant believed the rapper had just popped the question, as did everyone else later that night, when Weezy tweeted, "She said yes!"

Apparently not.

Wayne later clarified, "I meant 'she said yes' to being my valentine!!! Hahahaha! Y'all krazy!" Not sure we're the krazy ones here, Weez, but whatever.

The sundae costs $43, ring not included. No word on what the ring was for if he and Dhea aren't engaged, or what happened to that thing in general.

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Did Lil Wayne pop the question to girlfriend Dhea on Valentine's Day?

That's the rumor, which spread like wildfire after MediaTakeOut (yes, we know), reported that Dhea told Weezy she's pregnant ... and that he decided to make it official.

MTO says he cares about her so much that he wanted to put a ring on it. They also report that the wedding will take place this spring. All sounds very lovely and bogus.

However, Lil Wayne took to Twitter early this morning to write “She said yes!” He did not say who said yes to what, but that's something! Congratulations, possibly!

Lil Wayne in Concert Pic

If Wayne and Dhea are expecting, it will be their first ... but not his.

Lil Wayne has four kids. His first, daughter Reginae, was born when he was 15, to his high school sweetheart (and now ex-wife) Antonia "Toya" Carter (née Johnson).

His second child, Dwayne III, was in 2008 (the mother is not known).

His third child, Cameron Carter, was born to Lauren London on September 9, 2009. He had his fourth child, Neal, on November 30, 2009 with singer Nivea.

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Lil Wayne Biography

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Born
Birthplace
New Orleans, Louisiana
Full Name
Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr.

Lil Wayne Quotes

Lil Wayne: I don't do too many [drugs]. I just smoke weed and drink. But I'll never fuck with no more coke. It's not about the bad high; it's just about the acne: Cocaine makes your face break out. I'm a pretty boy.

The world is about to end in 2012… ’cause the Mayans made calendars, and they stop at 2012. I got encyclopedias on the bus. The world is about to end as we know it. You can see it already. A planet doesn't exist - there's no more Pluto. Planes are flying into buildings - and not just the Twin Towers. Mosquitos bite you and you die. And a black man and a woman are running for president.

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