First is the beat, immediately recognizable from its opening whining synth as what would ultimately form the backbone to Nicki Minaj’s shit-talk stomper “Did It on ‘Em”, over which Lil Wayne slurs through three verses, two bridges, and one hook before ceding control to the metallic clarity of T-Pain.
According to Baller Life, the Up and Down singer had a child with reality star Elisa Hood.
Come find me,” And finally,Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â there was what some are called a “twitter Public Announcement” from T-Pain, complete with the picture below, that read: “Ladies and gentlemen I’ve upgraded from loyal stalker.
The influencer-influencee ouroboros “808s & Heartbreak got me drinking extra lean” —Lil Wayne, “Breathe” “Breathe” is probably the Rosetta Stone of the album, comprised of infinitely intertwining threads with some branching into space and others doubling back upon themselves.
In this scenario, he arrives driving "a super old car" – a "1931 something." From there, he takes his partner out for food and entertainment. And probably no sex." Learn the rest of the details, as well as T-Pain's unlikely picks for the perfect seduction soundtrack, in our hilarious video.
He has been in three celebrity relationships averaging approximately 5.9 years each.
You may recognize the duo from a widely circulated video featuring T-Pain, which racked up up 1.8 million views in a week on one meme account alone. “I took some stuff out of the song and made it creatively positive for kids and grown ups to have fun to.