The advice from the former United States President Bill Clinton came moments after rapper Lil Wayne was officially released from prison.
Now, the former US President, Bill Clinton was being interviewed on one of Pittsburgh’s most popular radio station’s Radio 96.1 Kiss. The show on which the former president was interviewed was called the Morning Freak show. The host asked Bill Clinton lots of pertinent questions before suddenly asking him something that made every listener stop whatever they were doing to listen. What was this question? The Morning Freak Show host caused a stir when he suddenly asked Bill Clinton what he though about Lil Wayne and the fact that he was being released from prison.
Everyone waited patiently to hear what the former United States president would say.
A lot of listeners probably thought Bill Clinton knew nothing about Lil Wayne, but to the surprise of many he had knew who the rapper Lil Wayne was and he had something to say about Lil Wayne. According to Bill Clinton, his daughter introduced him to rap and hip hop music some years ago after he said something to her that according to her was not smart. According to the former U.S president, his daughter told him he needed to listen to hip hop music as there were a lot of smart people making rap music with meaningful lyrics.
About Lil Wayne, Bill Clinton told the show’s host that he thought Lil Wayne was a very smart guy with abilities. The former U.S president said that now that the rapper was released from prison, he’s got a new chance to start all over and went further to give a word of advice to the young rapper, wishing him a good life.
Lil Wayne was sentenced to serve one solid year in prison for criminal possession of a weapon and marijuana. He served in the Rikers Island prison. In prison, it was later revealed that the rapper was held in protective custody, separated from other prisoners for his safety. He was released from jail on November 4, 2010 after he had served eight months. According to reports the rapper was released on good behavior.
I sure do hope he listened to the good words from the former U.S. President Bill Clinton.