Lil Wayne Set To Retire After 'tha Carter V'
In a recent interview with US talk show host Jimmy Kimmel, Lil Wayne discussed his health and plans to retire after his next album. The YMCMB frontman was probed on his fragile health after suffering from a set of serious seizures in March 2013. When describing the serious incident, he said that he was “upstairs and my homies were downstairs, and they didn't even know that I was up there seizing…”
Wayne continued by revealing that the seizures were a “private matter that I’ve been dealing with my whole life.”
Weezy then expressed his plans to retire from the rap industry at the ripe age of 30, revealing: "I want to retire after ‘Tha Carter V’, which I would hope would be my last album."
One of the main reasons for doing so is the family time the rapper has missed out on over his lengthy stint as one of the world’s strongest rappers.
Lil Wayne explained that he will have more time to do “everything I haven’t had the chance to do,” specifically spending some quality time with his kids.
Nevertheless, Weezy assured Kimmel that he has a lot of features and work on other albums to do, so we can expect him to be around for a little bit longer.
Words: Kristian Galea (@KrisSoAppalled)