Famous American rapper Lil Wayne claims that he is 53% Nigerian

Famous American rapper Lil Wayne claims that he is 53% Nigerian

- American rapper, Lil Wayne, has revealed that he is 53% Nigerian

- The 37-year-old rapper says he has traced his roots to Nigeria using an ancesty search

- Lil Wayne stated he can't wait to visit the country

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It is no news that American rap star, Lil Wayne, has lots of fans in Nigeria. Well, it turns out he may actually have more than just fans in the country, following his recent discovery about his original roots.

In a recent interview with Revolt TV, he was asked about one of his songs in which he mentions being Nigerian. It goes:"Shout out to Nigeria, I did my 23 and me ancestry dot com and my sh*t came back like 53% Nigerian. Yea! Me and my mum need to have a talk (Laughter)."

Explaining his reasons, he stated that he recently traced his roots to Nigeria using an ancestry search and discovered he was actually 53% Nigerian. When asked if he'd love to visit the country, he said yes.

This is not the first time the rapper has expressed his interest in Nigeria. Shortly after Cardi B's visit, Lil Wayne was captured on video stating he would love to visit the country.

Meanwhile, American rapper Snoop Dogg is known for his exceptional rap skills and his savage nature online. Well, it appears he has extended that savagery to Nigeria as one of BBNaija stars was recently his target.

During her stay in the BBNaija house, a photo of her sleeping went viral on the internet after he drew attention to her mouth. Well, Snoop Dogg recently shared the photo on his Instagram page.

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The photo which already had a caption that reads: "This is how people who gossip all day sleep," left many people amused online.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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