Young Money artist Lil Wayne recently sat down with Jimmy Kimmel for his SXSW edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live to talk about recent events.
When asked about the craziest fan moment he's ever had, Wayne responded by telling a story about a time where he was actually shot at by a fan.
"I've been shot at by a female fan," Lil Wayne said when recalling the story. "It was after a show and she was just a very persistent fan. She wanted... actually we didn't know what she wanted it was a good thing we didn't find out. And once we got on the road the bus driver was like, 'Hey, those girls [are] on the side of us.' We weren't paying them no mind, we was all hype and we was dancing. I was standing up in the window and gunshots went off and he was like, 'It was the girls, it was the girls on the side of [the bus].'"
Wayne also talked about a time he was actually shot. He said it was when he was younger and on accident.
"I was 14, I was at the crib," He described when asked about when he was shot. "I was watching Notorious B.I.G.'s [Big Poppa] and my ass was trying to be hard looking in the mirror, trippin,' and it went off, I woke up to knocks of the police at the door. I was in my mom's room and I was kind of far from the door and that was another room. So I heard them stop knocking and I was like, 'Ah, they left me [laughs].' I live in the hood so for the police it's like two knocks. So I gathered my self and I slid on my own blood and I kicked the door and they heard me kick the door, and they opened the door."
Wayne recently said that his upcoming album, Tha Carter V would be his last solo studio album. He also said it would take him "25 to 35 million" dollars to entice him to make another solo album after Tha Carter V. Even with that, Wayne says this won't be the last time he records material, however.
Watch both segments of the interview below: