Lil Wayne Recreates NSFW Pic With Madonna: ‘Grab Them Titties’

Lil Wayne has recreated a risqué photo next to it Madonna and actor Jack Black in a promo video for Queen of Pop’s new global tour announcement.

Weezy, Black and Madonna perform the bizarre task as part of a game of Truth or Dare alongside Diplo, Judd Apatow, Eric Andre, Amy Schumer, Bob The Drag Queen, Kate Berlant, Larry Owens and Meg Stalter.

At one point, Apatow goes into director mode and orchestrates a NSFW shot as part of comedian Larry Owens’ dare, which sees a shirtless Jack Black holding up Madonna as she straddles him, and Lil Wayne picking up the singer’s breasts from behind.

“Wayne, grab your boobs,” someone at the table shouts to the New Orleans legend.

Other outlandish dares saw Madonna tongue-kiss Jack Black, while Diplo dipped his wallet in a margarita and then juggled the rest of it afterwards.

There was a method to Madonna’s madness, getting the random team together for a few viral moments as she ended the clip by announcing The Celebration Tour, which will take in North America and then hit Europe this summer. Tickets go on sale to the public on January 20.

“I’m excited to explore as many songs as possible in hopes of giving my fans the show they’ve been waiting for,” she shared.

As for Lil Wayne, he will be honored with the Recording Academy’s Global Impact Award at next month’s Grammy Awards with Dr. Dre and his idol Missy Elliott.

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The trio will be celebrated “for their personal and professional achievements in the music industry” at the second annual Black Music Collective event at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles on February 2.

“I am so excited to honor and celebrate these four giants of the music industry,” Recording Academy CEO Harvey Mason Jr. said in a declaration. “Last year’s inaugural event was such a highlight of GRAMMY Week, and now with Dre, Missy, Wayne and Sylvia there to pay tribute this year, it’s sure to be another night to remember.”

He added: “I continue to be proud of the work of our Black Music Collective as it is a vital part of what we do here at the Academy.”

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