Lil Wayne Says He Hasn’t Eaten McDonald’s Or Fast Food Since He Was 19: I Don’t Know What McDonalds Smell Like 

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Lil Wayne Says He Hasn’t Eaten McDonald’s Or Fast Food Since He Was 19: I Don’t Know What McDonalds Smell Like


It appears Lil Wayne doesn’t enjoy fast food.

During a recent appearance on Apple Music’s, The Zane Lowe Show, Lil Wayne admitted that he hasn’t eaten fast food since he was a teenager.

“When I was 19, I moved to Miami and my mom is a chef and she was very happy for the move because New Orleans is crazy. One thing she really wanted me to do was get a personal chef.”

He continued,

“So, from the age of 19 to now, I’ve always had a personal chef. I don’t know what McDonald’s smell like. I haven’t eaten any fast food in forever.”

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 Lil Wayne also revealed that he is not a fan of working out despite having a good physique.

“People always say to me, ‘What’s your workout? What do you do when you get in the gym?’ I be like, ‘Only gyms I know is Jim Jones.’ I can’t lift a weight, bro. I don’t do no workout or nothing like that.”

During the interview, Lil Wayne admitted that he wasn’t too fond of Billboard and Vibe’s 50 greatest rappers of all time list. The “A Milli” rapper was ranked No. 7 on the list but thinks he should have been No.1.

Wayne asked Zane Lowe,

“Man, who the hell is before me? Was the list including all hip-hop, like before and after as well?” 

He continued,

“I will tell you that I am a motherfucking one. Everybody whose names you named, they also know I’m number one. Go ask ’em. They know what it is.”

In the highly-anticipated ‘Top 10’ reveal, Jay-Z was crowned the No. 1 spot while fellow lyricists Kendrick Lamar (#2), Nas (#3), Tupac (#4), Eminem (#5), The Notorious B.I.G. (#6), Lil Wayne (#7), Drake (#8), Snoop Dogg (#9), and Nicki Minaj (#10) occupy the seats that follow.

Reportedly, upon casting their votes, the board of the entertainment-based magazines deliberated on a number of key elements that targeted emcees in North America only. The deciding factors for the nominees solely focused on their musical achievements, cultural influence, artistic longevity, and flow consistency.

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Authored by: Monique Nicole