In a recent phone conversation with Young Money president Mack Maine, an incarcerated Lil Wayne inquired as to the projected sales of his artist Drake's forthcoming album 'Thank Me Later.' "What that boy's s--t sounding like?" Wayne asked Mack. "A million in a week? I need him to do more than 'Tha Carter III.' Like 2 million in the first week. I need him to do 2 million the first week, straight up." Yeah, that's not happening. [MTV]

Lily Allen dissed the Spice Girls, yo. "Well the music was rubbish," the singer said of her fellow Brits. "I mean they are great for what they were but for someone who read a lot of books and engaged in conversation with people quite a lot, I felt if I'm going to be a pop star I want to be a real pop star and I want to say real things." Yeah, the lyrics on "Smile" were really deep. [MetroUK]

'Jersey Shore' star the Situation weighed in on his arrival at the MTV Movie Awards, saying "The arrival was definitely pretty cool. We arrived in a Phantom; the car was beautiful. We definitely arrived in style. It's Situation nation and the 'Jersey Shore' [has] gone global. We're just every moment." Jersey Shore going global is actually my nightmare. [MTV]

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