Lil Wayne Talks Retirement on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’

On ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!,’ Lil Wayne discussed his retirement plans, which include quitting hip-hop by the time he’s 30. Lil Wayne Talks Retirement on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’

It’s no secret Lil Wayne is planning for retirement. Prior to his seizure incident and hospitalization earlier this year, he talked about his plans back in the fall. Now, after multiple canceled or postponed appearances, he went on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to discuss what he plans to do.

The rapper last canceled his guest appearance in March, right around his health scare, and while Lil Wayne touched on it, he also revealed his retirement plans to be fairly consistent with his statements from last year. About what he expects to do, he said “everything I haven’t had the chance to do,” such as spending more time with his children.

Particularly, both times he discussed quitting the music business by 30 – although he originally intended to stop after Tha Carter V dropped: "I want to retire after ‘Tha Carter V,’ which I would hope would be my last album."

Lil Wayne, however, is still involved in more albums and projects, which likely means he won’t be retiring any time soon.

But when he does, he revealed back in November 2012, he intends to focus more on skating and being a sports analyst. While, he mentioned at the time, he and Nelly were in the planning stages of a sports show, his nighttime endeavors involve skating – rather than spending time in a recording studio.

Written on Jun 15 2013 by Irene Test (Google+ profile), writer at KOvideo. Tags: lil wayne tha carter v


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