With Former Classmates, Lil Wayne Hosts A High School Reunion Party

With Former Classmates, Lil Wayne Hosts A High School Reunion Party

Recently, Lil Wayne hosted a McMain High School reunion in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he reconnected with some old friends.

Weezy appeared to be more joyful than ever in a number of pictures from the Class of 2000 reunion as he reconnected with some of his classmates and had a few laughs with old pals throughout the evening.

When Tha Block Is Hot, his debut album was released in 1999 through Cash Money Records when he was just 17 years old, the Young Money icon was already well-known as a high school student.

With his trademark double cup in hand, Wayne bowled at Fulton Alley while sporting a black Adidas sweatshirt.

After serving as the reunion’s DJ, DJ Meel posted on Instagram, “Big Thank you to @liltunechi and @youngmoney for letting me provide sound for Wayne’s High School Reunion.”

In preparation for his Lil Weezyana Fest, which took place in Champions Square in New Orleans on Saturday night, Lil Wayne’s high school reunion acted as a warm-up (October 29).

Rick Ross, Cam’ron, Quavo, and Takeoff were among the artists who performed at the festival. Weezy headlined the event and invited Drake as a special guest.

“Would you kindly make a sound for this foreigner? Before Drizzy took the stage to applause from the audience, Wayne urged the fans, “Let’s show him a nice time in America.

Before Drizzy ventured into his own library for “In My Feelings,” “God’s Plan,” “Nonstop,” “Knife Talk,” and many other songs, the Young Money team performed collaborations including “The Motto” and “She Will.”

The Carter III hitmaker for OVO, who reportedly used to sing the hook on Wayne’s “Mrs. Officer” hit during his early career, wasn’t too pleased that Wayne didn’t invite him to do so.

Drake addressed the crowd while Wayne looked on, saying, “I want to say one more fucking thing because I was a bit thrown off tonight. Because, as you may recall, before I was Drake, I was Aubrey from Degrassi.

And when ‘Mrs. Officer’ started playing, Lil Wayne used to call me on stage and ask me to sing the Bobby portion. He used to nickname me Jimmy Valentino. Just thinking, but I feel like I should have performed “Mrs. Officer” tonight.

The chorus of “Mrs. Officer” was then sung by Drake, who then invited the audience to join in.

He remarked, “It’s just like old times,” and then he left the stage. “I adore you, New Orleans. Thank you, Lil Wayne, my brother. I am at a loss for words with you. Man, I adore you so much. I’m grateful to you.

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