I know I spend more time than a little bit throwing shit at Lil' Wayne while I sit here in my momma's basement sipping on Sunny D and Belvedere from my favorite cup with the crazy straw. Today's drop however will be about the upliftment of your favorite rapper. The Carter III has eclipsed two million CD's sold here in the U.S. That averages roughly to about .67% of the total U.S. population. Pretty impressive for anyone not named Hannah Montana. Wayne needs your help just a little bit more though.

Peep this article from Wayne's new hometown paper the Miami Herald...

Lil' Wayne jerked off his jeweler to the sum of nearly $150,000. You know he has a serious line of credit to be that deep in the hole? The judge even granted his creditor 11% annually as the interest rate. Sheeeeeit, that first year of interest is already in the $17,000 range. That's five stacks more than I make annually to talk to you jokers. I couldn't even afford the interest rate to being a real rapper. That's why I buy my jewels in the back of the XXL mag anyhoo.

Further down in the article we see that a lien was filed on Lil' Wayne by the IRS to the tune of nearly $1 millie for unpaid taxes. Dayyyyum! Now you can see why Young Buck was getting teary eyed. These dudes are owing a fortune in just their income tax bills. If I was Lil' Wayne I'd relocate to Houston since Texas reportedly doesn't have any income tax requirements. Maybe Baby will pull some of that scrilla from out of the wall to help Wayne get back into the black.

You already know that Universal is keeping all of the money that Wayne generated from the Carter III. They will mark that shit down from his tab for promotion and production costs. Now I see why rappers will fucks with a label like Koch so that they can finally get a fucking dime from their record sales. Why should a rapper have to tour 11 months out of the year just to see some change when they have the hottest record in the stores? Rap muisc can be a crooked game most of the time.

Speaking of the Game...

L.A.X. is being given 5 stars.

I'd like to hear this myself.

Anybody got a link?