Feeling Snubbed by Music Award Shows Lil Wayne Apologizes to Fans
Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr., the roughly 5’5″ rap singer known as “Lil Wayne”, must be feeling the pain of not being nominated for the upcoming MTV Video Music Awards (VMA) nor the Black Entertainment Television (BET) awards. One must conclude that Lil Wayne does thrive somewhat on attention.
Well, the lack of any nomination is something the singer with more Bilboard’s Top 100 entries than even Elvis Presley isn’t taking the snubbing lightly. He has apologized to his 13 million Twitter fans and promised to double down on his efforts even if it cost him his life.
Wayne’s most recent CD entitled “I Am Not a Human Being II” was successful selling 529,000 units in the United States earning a gold record award. However, it was a far cry from the 3.5 million units that the CD entitled “The Carter IV” sold in 2012.
This year has been one of apologies for Lil Wayne. In February, he issued an apology to LeBron James of the NBA. In July, he apologized to the family of Emmett Till to whom he made crude comparisons to in a violent rap song. However, with 13 million so-called fans and only 529,000 units sold from his last CD, it may be his fan base that needs to apologize to him.
LIL WAYNE MAKES OPEN APOLOGY TO HIS 13 MILLION FANS
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