Say No to Drugs: See Lil Wayne's Transformation Photos
View photos of Lil Wayne's metamorphosis when he began using drugs. His wealth has given him the appearance of being messy.
Lil Wayne (born Dwayne Michael Carter Jr.) is a rapper, singer, songwriter, record executive, entrepreneur, and actor from the United States. Many of his contemporaries see him as one of the most influential hip hop musicians.
Lil Wayne has a net worth of $150 million, making him one of the richest rappers in the world.
Lil Wayne is an attractive man, but his good looks are disappearing as a result of his addiction. Lil Wayne became addicted to "Sizzurp," a liquid drug. Sizzurp contains promethazine and codeine. Lil Wayne used to consume Sizzurp on a regular basis until it began to impair him and cause him to pass out. Seizures can also a symptom of a neurological condition.
Lil Wayne's sixth studio album is titled "Lollipop."
We hope that Jesus Christ will come to him and change his life for the better.
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