Earlier this month, we found out that Lil Wayne is suing film producer Quincy Jones III for using Lil Wayne music in, of all things, a Lil Wayne documentary that Weezy himself had greenlit. As if that line of logic doesn't seem confused enough, the superstar rapper now appears to be obstructing his own case.
TMZ has edited together highlight reel of Weezy getting deposed by Jones' lawyer Pete Ross, in which Lil Wayne fakes amnesia, claims to be psychic, reminisces over "a crazy stupid thick" woman he recently performed for, and maybe kinda sorta threatens the opposing attorney.
It's unclear why the presiding judge tolerates Weezy's stubborness, but it makes for a good watch. It's hilarious and also a little worrisome, especially when Wayne says to Ross "You know [the judge] can't save you, right? In the real world? That guy right there. He can't save you in the real world."
Then again, how seriously can you take a dude who, when asked if he recalls playing a festival with Kanye West in 2008, responds, "I don't know, but I know I did perform at this bad ass bitch birthday party recently. She was crazy stupid thick." We could quote this all day. Just watch:
Lil Wayne remembers nothing:
Lil Wayne gets a lil tough: