Lil Wayne‘s son with Sarah ViVan is trying to follow in his daddy’s footsteps.
Sure, he can’t stay up late to watch his dad perform during the Floyd Mayweather fight, but how are his rap skills? Pretty damn good, if you ask us!
Dwayne Carter III, aka Lil Tune, remixed Young Dro’s “F.D.B.” in a way that would make the people at Kidz Bop very jealous.
If you haven’t heard Dro’s explicit hit song, here’s a sample of the lyrics:
“Westside, Bankhead. That’s where I’m from.
My shoe game and my True game. You can’t touch that shit.”
In the video uploaded by MyLifeIsJayde, she starts off saying, “West Side, Bankhead.” That’s when an adorable 5-year-old Lil Tune showcases his rapping skill, by saying, “That’s not where I’m from.” But instead of finishing it off with curse words, Lil Tune goes in, saying:
“You can touch it if you want to, I trust that girl.”
Completely hilarious and adorable. Watch above!
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