It Turns Out That Lil Wayne Doesn't Remember The Lyrics To His Iconic 'Lollipop' Remix

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  • It Turns Out That Lil Wayne Doesn't Remember The Lyrics To His Iconic 'Lollipop' Remix
    POSTED Apr 06 2021

    Lil Wayne
    Lil Wayne. Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images for BACARDI.

    If you're a rapper like Lil Wayne, you've written some iconic lyrics over the years. However, not all of them stick in your mind, and that's the case with the lyrics from the iconic Lollipop remix.

    Lil Wayne called in Static Major and Kanye West for the remix of Lollipop, and the pair trade verses on the track. The standout bar from the track is Wayne's bar where he raps, "Safe sex is great sex, better wear a latex/'Cause you don't want that late text/that "I think I'm late" text". 

    It's gone down in hip-hop history, but Wayne doesn't even remember writing it. Featuring in a video while he's in the studio, Wayne is read the bar, and he can't quite believe he said that.

    It's not the first time Wayne's forgotten his lyrics, either. In an interivew with Eminem, the pair both admitted that they have to Google their lyrics when they're writing a new song to check they're not doubling up. It might just be part of getting older...

    READ MORE: The Internet Is Roasting Lil Wayne Over His Questionable Wardrobe Choices Right Now

    Check out the video of Lil Wayne below. When you wild out when hearing your own lyrics, that's when you know you're great.

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Submitted by ben.madden on Tue, 06/04/2021 - 13:41

Lil Wayne
Lil Wayne. Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images for BACARDI.

If you're a rapper like Lil Wayne, you've written some iconic lyrics over the years. However, not all of them stick in your mind, and that's the case with the lyrics from the iconic Lollipop remix.

Lil Wayne called in Static Major and Kanye West for the remix of Lollipop, and the pair trade verses on the track. The standout bar from the track is Wayne's bar where he raps, "Safe sex is great sex, better wear a latex/'Cause you don't want that late text/that "I think I'm late" text". 

It's gone down in hip-hop history, but Wayne doesn't even remember writing it. Featuring in a video while he's in the studio, Wayne is read the bar, and he can't quite believe he said that.

It's not the first time Wayne's forgotten his lyrics, either. In an interivew with Eminem, the pair both admitted that they have to Google their lyrics when they're writing a new song to check they're not doubling up. It might just be part of getting older...

READ MORE: The Internet Is Roasting Lil Wayne Over His Questionable Wardrobe Choices Right Now

Check out the video of Lil Wayne below. When you wild out when hearing your own lyrics, that's when you know you're great.

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