Lil Wayne Says Only GloRilla Approached Him at Michael Rubin's 'All White Party' Despite Drake and Close Friends Being There

Lil Wayne Reveals GloRilla Was the Only One to Greet Him at Rubin's Event

Lil Wayne Credits GloRilla for Making Him Feel Welcome at Star-Studded White Party

Lil Wayne was one of the many high-profile attendees at Michael Rubin's Fourth of July White Party, but it appears he didn’t mingle much with the crowd. 

In a recent interview, Weezy reflected on his experience at the event, which also featured his Young Money counterpart, Drake. Interestingly, Wayne gave a special shout-out to GloRilla, noting that she was "the only person that really came up to me and really hollered at me." 

This comment has sparked curiosity among fans, especially considering the other big names present at the bash.

"Glorilla is the only person that really come up to me and hollered at me. Shut out to GOAT. The GOAT Tom Brady. The GOAT Tom Brady was in there, he hollered at me. He was awesome. That part of it was just awesome."

Lil Wayne Thanks GloRilla for Showing Love at Michael Rubin's White Party:

Drake’s photo with GloRilla at the party had already stirred discussions online, particularly about how the Toronto rapper looked following his recent feud with Kendrick Lamar. 

Wayne’s remark adds another layer of intrigue to the night’s events. Despite the star-studded guest list, it seems GloRilla made the most memorable impression on Lil Wayne, underscoring her rising status in the hip-hop scene.

It’s also noteworthy that Wayne chose to highlight GloRilla’s gesture, especially when she had moments with Drake as well. 

This could suggest that Wayne felt a disconnect from other attendees, including his close associates. 

Meanwhile, another notable event involving Lil Wayne recently was the Cash Money reunion hosted by Birdman at the Essence Festival in New Orleans. 

Many fans were disappointed as Wayne did not perform alongside his Hot Boys groupmates and other Cash Money artists. Instead, he delivered a solo set, which, while impressive, left some longing for a more nostalgic reunion performance.

This mix of public appearances and performances paints an interesting picture of Lil Wayne's current interactions within the hip-hop community. 

While he continues to command respect and draw attention wherever he goes, his recent comments suggest a desire for more genuine connections. 

GloRilla's acknowledgment at the White Party stands out as a significant moment for Wayne, illustrating the importance of authenticity in an industry often dominated by superficial interactions.