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Though he was incarcerated during the second season of the popular MTV reality show, Wayne told Angie that he's since made up for lost time. "On the real, I just started watching 'Jersey Shore,'" Wayne explained. "You can ask them, I'm mad I missed out. And then the other day Vinny had on a 'Free Weezy' shirt, I rocks with 'Jersey Shore,' man."
In particular, Wayne said that he "rocks with" the ladies of the 'Shore,' though diminutive fireball Snooki did not get love from the Young Money boss. "I like Deena and I like Angelina and, um, Jenni," Wayne revealed. "Now if I catch one of them, it's on."
Weezy also gave props to several male members of the cast, marveling at the way they bring girls home from the club. "I like they swag. I like Pauly D swag and Vinny's swag. I ain't really on Ronnie and Mike like that," Wayne said. "I like the fact that they set the trend you supposed to live by as a young male in this world. They go to the club, and they really come back with something like every time. Every time, fool. That's my favorite show right there."
In the interview, which aired on March 29, Wayne further revealed that he works too hard to listen to Drake and Nicki Minaj's albums, and that retiring at 35 would be "enough" for his career. "People think that when you say you work hard, they think you put two extra hours in. This is my life," he explained. "That's why retiring at 35 would be a life lived, because this music thing is my life. So retiring at 35 would be enough. I'm 28."
Wayne's ninth album, 'Tha Carter IV,' hits shelves on May 16.
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