During his MTV2 "Unplugged" special, Lil Wayne aims to give fans his all, so don't expect him to share the stage with any guests.
"If you ever go to a Lil Wayne show, you'll see he, as in I, don't bring nobody onstage unless they are Young Money," Weezy told MTV News' Sway Calloway after the taping of "MTV2 Presents: Lil Wayne Unplugged," which will air on MTV2, MTV and MTV.com on Sunday.
"If they are not Young Money and they are just an artist that I've done a song with and they're in the town that night and they ask, 'Can I come out?' Say, 'Yeah,' " he said. "But if you go to a Lil Wayne show and you're a real Lil Wayne fan, you'll know: He's up there from start to finish by his self."
Part of Weezy's hesitation to bring others onstage dates back to his early days as one-fourth of the Hot Boys with Juvenile, B.G. and Turk.
"Ain't have nobody screamin' over the mic with me. I just never been about that because I was always in a group with three other guys when I was comin' up," Tunechi said.
For all of the reasons he gives, in the end, Wayne is just a little bit selfish, and after releasing eight solo albums, nine official mixtapes and selling more than 10 million copies, who can blame him? "I also don't bring a lot of people up there because, simple and plain, this is 'MTV Unplugged,' and this is Lil Wayne's 'MTV Unplugged,' " he said.
Don't miss "MTV2 Presents: Lil Wayne Unplugged," premiering Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/PT on MTV2, MTV and MTV.com.