18 February 2009

Michael Phelps' Hero: Lil Wayne Comes To Baltimore

Open marijuana user, Rapper Lil Wayne is coming to the hometown of bongwater swimmer Michael Phelps. The disgraced Olympic gold medal winner Michael Phelps has often stated Wayne to be his favorite artist. He even said the song "My Life" by the artist was the last thing listened to in his iPod before entering the water for the record breaking eight gold medal performance in Beijing.

Phelps and Wayne appeared together on an episode of the show Saturday Night Life. Peas in a pod? The rapper known for his overtly sexual, raunchy explicit lyrics will perform at Baltimore's 1st Mariner Arena on March 20. Wonder if Mikey will be there?



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