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That Damn Lil Wayne

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Lil Wayne whos music i really like, very creative and a pretty smart guy, not your normal rapper idiot, Picked the cardinals this weekend he thinks warner is going to have a field day on us. He was on espns first and 10 this morning debating skip bailess. Skip of course picked us and ripped apart waynes theory. Man, you know what *** lil wayne!!!!!

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who the fuck is lil wayne?

I feel sorry for anyone that hold in high regards the opinion of someone named "lil"

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Haha yeah I was watching it too, I watched for over an hour to see what he would say about us to end up disapointed in his knowledge and lock of respect for the Panthers. Oh well I hope he learns a thing or two about the Cardiac Cats on Saturday night when we whoop the Cardinals a$$!

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Lil Wayne is the worst thing to ever happen to music.

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he's entitled to his opinion - as long as he backed what he said

but the Cards won't win

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Lil Wayne is the worst thing to ever happen to music.

he's a lyrical genius

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he's a lyrical genius

That would be Biz Markey. "Just a Friend" speaks da trouf.

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It figures that he'd make that comment the week AFTER he had his concert in Charlotte.

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Lil wayne sucks and his opinions have no effect on me. It would be like a less intelligent poster of this board going on there

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