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Lil Wayne Comments On His Tennessee Hollywood Wax Museum Figure

Lil Wayne isn’t keeping his opinions about the wax replica of himself to himself. The rapper, real name Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., 41, recently expressed his feelings his wax replica at the Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, Hollywood Wax Museum.

The Louisiana native’s distinctive head of locked hair and tattoo collection were all on the model. The figure’s mouth was shaped into a broad smile, with its teeth that had a grill covered in diamonds.

Lil Wayne Comments On His Tennessee Hollywood Wax Museum Figure, Yours Truly, News, April 20, 2024

“Sorry wax museum but dat s— ain’t me! You tried tho and I appreciate the effort,” he said on Monday on X (formerly known as Twitter).

Lil Wayne Comments On His Tennessee Hollywood Wax Museum Figure, Yours Truly, News, April 20, 2024

According to when a video of the statue was initially made public on TikTok and has just recently gone viral, Lil Wayne’s wax figure has been on show at the Hollywood Wax Museum since the summer of 2022, at least.

People seem to be remembering how awful Wayne’s wax figure is after the release of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s new wax figure, which was panned by fans. On X, fans are also dragging Wayne’s wax figure.

One fan was of the opinion that Wayne’s version was superior to The Rock’s, which made its debut over the weekend at Paris, France’s Musée Grévin. The actor also addressed what seemed to be the main issue, which was the disparity in skin tone.

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