Lil Wayne's chances of winning his lawsuit against Quincy Jones III just took a big hit, all because Wayne decided to not give a damn during his videotaped deposition.
As we previously reported, Wayne is suing QDIII over a documentary he says was unauthorized and was a "scandalous portrayal" of him. He also claims that the film maker didn't have permission to use his songs.
Wayne was due to appear in court to testify at the trial this week, but because of the two seizures he suffered last week he won't be able to, leaving his lawyers no other choice but to use the deposition tapes as his testimony.
The judge in the case said Wayne acted like an "irresponsible little child" during the deposition according to TMZ
Wayne is seen in the tapes cursing, refusing to answer questions and even threatening QDIII's lawyer, Pete Ross.
"You know [the judge] can't save you, right? In the real world? That guy right there. He can't save you in the real world," Wayne tells Ross.
During another exchange Ross asks Wayne if he remembers performing at the Virgin Mobile music festival in 2008 with Kanye West.
"I don't know," Wayne says. "But I know I did perform at this bad a$$ b*tch birthday party recently. She was crazy stupid thick."
That's pretty much how the entire deposition went and that's what Wayne's lawyers will have to use in front of a jury they will be trying to convince that the Young Money boss deserves a victory in the case.
Wayne not giving a single f*ck
Wayne claiming he can't remember anything
Wayne threatening lawyer Pete Ross