Lil Wayne says he's "100 percent" despite his recent rash of health problems on "RapFix Live," while Birdman says Mannie Fresh will not be involved in the next Big Tymers project.
Lil Wayne says he's healthy. Even though he's been suffering a string of seizures the last several months, the YMCMB artist-executive said he is not worried about his health. "I'm good," the mogul told "RapFix Live." "I'm 100 percent. So everybody know, I don't know that it happened."
Sway, who conducted the interview that also prominently featured Birdman, asked Wayne what the seizures are like. "I go to sleep," Wayne told him. "Wake up in the hospital. I hope it stops happening...No warning or nothing. I don't feel sick. I get headaches real fast, but I don't get no headaches or nothing."
Wayne also said that he is following his doctor's advice in order to stay healthy.
Even though Wayne provided several updates about his health, Birdman was the focus of the majority of the interview. The Cash Money Records co-founder said that his oft-delayed Bigger Than Life album is coming out in September. He added that he just needs "to sharpen up a few" of its songs and record more material with Drake and Wayne for the project.
Birdman also said that original member Mannie Fresh will not be a member of the reconfigured Big Tymers, which may feature Drake. Lil Wayne had previously said that there was a possibility that the group may return with a new lineup.
The interviewed concluded with brief commentary and freestyles from T.RONE, Lil Chuckee and other members of YMCMB.