Lil Wayne has refuted claims that he is worth more than $160 million, claiming he “has not a cent” that comes close to that figure.

Weezy admitted during an interview with Culture Millenials that he frequently called his representative to make fun of him for failing to get him more money.

Wayne said, “Honestly, I’m going to let everyone know now. “I don’t have a cent close to that shit when you go check a muthafucka’s net worth and that shit be saying some crazy numbers.”

He continued: “Yeah, I don’t have that, but I guess they be meaning that’s what I’m worth. So I be always calling my agent and being like, ‘I’m telling you, bro, I’m gonna fire the shit out of you ’cause I don’t need you.’

“I Googled that, you know what I mean? I’m like I’m a zillion dollar n-gga on Google bro … It’s motivation, that’s all. It’s just motivation.”

Lil Wayne has refuted claims that he is worth more than $160 million, claiming he “has not a cent” that comes close to that figure.

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Lil Wayne’s remarks follow Forbes’ latest estimate of JAY-Z’s net worth, which is now said to be a staggering $2.5 billion, ranking him as the 1,203rd richest individual in the world.

Although the source didn’t explain how they arrived at that sum, it’s nearly twice as much as the $1.4 billion Hov was said to be valued a year ago.

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Thanks to the ongoing success of his Cîroc partnership with Diageo, DeLeón Tequila, and REVOLT network, among other assets, Diddy also finally entered the billionaire boys club last October.

On Apple Music’s Rap Life Review, there was a heated discussion about the result of a possible 50 Cent vs. Lil Wayne matchup. Eddie Francis disagreed with Ebro that the leader of G-Unit would triumph over the Cash Money Millionaire.

Lil Wayne would battle to compete with Fif in the Verzuz ring, according to Lowkey, who also wasn’t entirely in agreement with Ebro that 50 Cent would “wash” Weezy.

Low remarked, “Wayne don’t have a Get Rich or Die Tryin’.” We’re discussing a Verzuz fight, correct? We’re not discussing our personal preferences. We are not discussing our upbringing. We’re not referring to the music you might listen to while traveling in Los Angeles or while cooking in the kitchen.

Young Guru, a lifelong engineer for JAY-Z, commented on the discussion on Instagram, writing: “Y’all are crazy. Wayne would clean fifty. Period.”


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