Lil Wayne is known to speak his mind. So during court depositions regarding his lawsuit against Quincy Jones III, it is no surprise that the Young Money rapper was candidly honest. Who knew this honesty would have hilarious results -- including conversations about God, memory loss and anger over a "stupid-ass question"?
In early September, Lil Wayne sued Quincy Jones' son for using his songs like "Let the Beat Build," "Lollipop," "Mr. Carter" and "A Milli" in a documentary about him.
While Wayne gave them permission to make the movie, he did not give them permission to use his songs. Wayne reportedly did not like the final product of the film, saying it was a "scandalous portrayal" of his life.
TMZ has obtained multiple videos of Wayne's hilariously bizarre court depositions, showing the YMCMB star speaking with Jones' lawyer.
"Specifically, they are videos of Lil Wayne claiming to be psychic, pleading a level of crippling forgetfulness that would make him a prime candidate for a 50 First Dates-inspired reality show, and, occasionally, threatening an attorney," describes Gawker's Caity Weaver. She adds, "More broadly, they are videos of Lil Wayne being crazy."
Jones' lawyer Pete Ross confirmed to MTV News that the footage was from the actual depositions with Weezy. The footage was edited. Ross did not go into further detail, as the trial is set to begin in two weeks.
When Ross asks Wayne about a 2007 performance with Kanye West and his 2008 gun arrest in New York, the New Orleans native claimed to have no recollection of the events saying "I don't know." When the lawyer pressed further, Wayne interrupted him, blurting "I don't know!" The judge on-hand told the rapper to wait until the lawyer finished, to which Wayne responded, "I'm sorry that's my psychic, I'm sorry."
Check out the footage below, courtesy of TMZ.