Today the rapper won the Guinness World Record for most Facebook likes on a single post in 24 hours, with 588,243 likes on this post. (It was up to 621,207 likes as of publication time.)
As of Tuesday, Oreo had held the record, with 114,619 likes on this picture of a thumbs-up cookie (117,055 likes now).
Lil Wayne ran a strong campaign, posting nine reminders about the Guinness Record on his wall during the 24-hour contest window. After he was declared the record-holder, he showed his appreciation for his fans, writing, "We did it!!! Guinness World Records says it's official. I love y'all!"
Wayne has an ardent following on Facebook, and from what Surge Desk has seen, his fans find him eminently like-able.
We catalogued a few of Wayne's recent concise wall posts and their corresponding like stats:
In other words, 33,403 more people liked Lil Wayne's "yep" wall post than participated in the world's largest group hug (10,554 people), but who's counting?
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