By Rob Markman
ATLANTA-- It was a family affair at Club Primal in Atlanta on Saturday (October 1) as members of Lil Wayne's Young Money camp came out to celebrate Lil Chuckees 16-year birthday party.
The Swag 16 as it was cleverly dubbed by Young Money President Mack Maine was one of the many after parties in the city that hosted the 2011 BET Hip-Hop Awards and while Wayne himself didn't make it out there was plenty of love in the room.
Mack Mizzle, Cory Gunz, Lil Twist and "How to Love" producer Detail all came to figuratively toast (Chuckee is not of a legal drinking age) to their little brother. DJ Trauma hyped partygoers with a high-energy selection of dirty south hits and Macon, Georgia rap trio One Thurd stopped by to perform their underground hit single "Whoosh (Be Gone)."
The YM crew stood in the VIP area and brought out a cake for Chuckee. The celebratory pastry was appropriately decorated and was laced with a picture of Chucky, the evil doll from the 1988 movie Childs Play.
Chuckee, who is planning to release his Twap or Die mixtape any day now was all smiles as Trauma stopped the music and the crowd sang happy birthday to the young rhyme spitter who is best known for his 2009 single "Girl I Got You" from the We Are Young Money label compilation.
Happy birthday Chuck!