Lil Wayne has revealed in a recent interview with Rolling Stone that he struggles with severe memory loss. The 40-year-old rapper admitted that he cannot remember which of his own songs are included on his famous albums. He stated that he has no recollection of which songs were on “Tha Carter III,” “Tha Carter II,” “Tha Carter One” or “Tha Carter IV.” He added that his projects hold “no significance” to him “at all” since he cannot remember them.
The Cause of Lil Wayne’s Memory Loss
In the interview, Lil Wayne suggested that his memory loss may be due to his busy schedule. He works every day and believes that this could be the reason that he struggles to recall important facts. He also stated that his memory loss is the “curse part of the gift and the curse.” Lil Wayne believes that he was blessed with an “amazing mind” that creates successful hits but not with an amazing memory to remember them.
Lil Wayne has a history of health issues. He has battled with epilepsy for a long time, and in 2017, he had to cancel a show in Las Vegas after suffering multiple seizures. He was found unconscious in his Chicago hotel room at the time. In 2013, he was hospitalized after suffering a series of seizures. At the time, many believed that his use of sizzurp, a recreational drug beverage mixed with cough syrup, may have been behind the incident.
Despite his health struggles, Lil Wayne has no plans to slow down. He explained that his motivation is not to show the world that he is still relevant but to show why he is still relevant. He wants to inspire the new generation of rappers to continue to be themselves and to create their own unique sound.
Lil Wayne has revealed that he struggles with severe memory loss and cannot remember which of his own songs are included on his famous albums. He believes that his busy schedule may be the cause of his memory loss and that it is the “curse part of the gift and the curse.” Lil Wayne has a history of health issues, including epilepsy and multiple seizures. However, he has no plans to slow down and is motivated to inspire the new generation of rappers.