Showing posts with label Li'l Wayne. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Li'l Wayne. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

I Got Respect Li'l Weezy for This

By: T.R. Slyder,, AndyDisco on Twitter

The video is borderling NSFW. It's Li'l Wayne talking about his craziest groupie moment. He doesn't actually say any bad words, but he tackles a mature subject. It's as amusing as you'd think it would be coming from him. Awesome. Do ya thang there, Doggy!

247HH MTV2 Wild Tour Stories: Lil Wayne Extended Cut from MCM on Vimeo.

That's how I roll.

Sunday, September 14, 2008

SNL Brought the Good(s) on Saturday!

By: T.R. Slyder,

Saturday Night Live kicked off its new season on, well, Saturday Night, and it DID disappoint- except for at the very, very end where I witnessed my favorite post-Farley SNL moment.

Before The Transcendent Moment occurred, we had to endure 90 minutes of Michael Phelps' acting, which made your dad's skidmarked underwear look like Larry Olivier. Once again Kristen Wiig overacted, and Fred Armisen managed to creepily play a recurring-role-weirdo. Neither of those three were responsible for The Moment.

After musical guest Li'l Wayne's last song, it was time for one last sketch before the closing sequence. The last sketch was a funny spoof of those lame-o diet commercials that start off with a voice over saying something like, "Are you tired of always feeling hungry on your diet? And fed up with the puny portions and food that tastes like cardboard?". Then Michael Phelps appeared on camera and talked about his diet, and how it allows him to eat whatever he wants. With that setup in place, the usual laughs ensued for a few minutes before the audience got a funny surprise. Jared the Subway guy made a surprise appearance in his Subway colored shirt and told the camera that Phelps diet "sucks a footlong" (Jared is totally growing some creepy, slanty, moobs, by the way. It was really odd). But that wasn't the Moment of Awesomeness.

During the last segment when the host thanks the band, special guests, audience and then hugs everyone is when The Best Thing Ever happened. So Phelps did his thanking, of Li'l Wayne, Tina Fey and Jared, then gave everyone five/hugged them as the credits rolled. As Phelps made his way to high-fiving the cast.....the Impossible Happened.....Jared walked over to Li'l Waye and gave him the 5/handshake/one-arm-homey-hug. I wish the credits weren't rolling to screw up The Vision that it was. The two least likely bros of all time hugging it out like theys was old drankin' pahtnaz, and it came from out of nowhere. I'd love to get a picture of that on a t-shirt and/or mesh hat.