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Lil Wayne's Year Long Prison Reduced to 8 Months

July 15, 2010 9:02 PM | Lil Wayne | Rap | Comments (0)

Lil Wayne was sentenced to a year long prison after being charged of illegal possession of guns. His term began March 8, but according to MTV News, it will not take a year but only 8 months instead. The rapper may be getting out by Nov. 4.  Despite his imprisonment, it’s as if his never away. With Drake debuting at the top of Billboard charts with “Thank Me Later,” a track Wayne served as executive producer.

A good Canadian friend of him visited and told reporters about the experience.

Drake said, “He kept looking to the window, He’d look up at the window almost like he’s looking right through it. It’s frosted, so you can’t see out. I was like, ‘Why does he keep staring through the window? There’s nothing out there.’ To him, there’s a whole world moving out there that he hasn’t seen for so long.”

Diddy and Fat Joe also took time to visit him inside the jail.

Joe told MTV news. “He’s doing fairly well. Way better than I thought he would be doing. He was telling me some crazy funny story about him and this older guy. They are always going back and forth with each other, arguing. To hear him say it, it’s like Archie Bunker [with this guy].”

Before the year ends, Wayne will be hitting music stores and iTunes with a new album. His friends are expecting hard-work from him once he’s back.

 “That’s the day,” Millz; his apprentice said of the November 4 mark. “I hear when he comes home, he’s hitting the stage. I hope they let him keep his inmate uniform. He needs to come onstage with that, the whole Bruce Leroy [jail attire] and take it off and throw all the jewels on and tear it down for everyone. ‘Cause they waiting for him.” An anticipated big return.





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