Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Lil Wayne Says He's Learned His Lesson From Prison, Promises New Look

Lil Wayne Says He's Learned His Lesson From Prison, Promises New LookWeezy F. Baby may have gotten his Tony Little on while in jail, plus he says he's made friends, but does not plan on returning.
Website WeezyThanxYou.com has been created to offer Lil Wayne fans the latest on their incarcerated star. From his Rikers Island, New York cell, the Young Money head updated those concerned about his mental state and even his physique.
"I’ve learned plenty already and the best lesson is to not come back," wrote the rapper. He did acknowledge that he's met some "pretty cool people" inside the walls, but that prison is no place for anybody, let alone a multi-player emcee.
Wayne also spoke about his look for his November return. Revealing that he's gained some muscle, the 27 year-old write, "Now don’t be expecting me to look like Hercules when I get out, but I should be a little bulky." The rapper will spend his 28th birthday behind bars next month.
Last month, "Right Above It" , the first single from Wayne's second release this year, I'm Not A Human Being released. After securing gold certified albums in Drake's Thank Me Later and So Far Gone, as well as We Are Young Money and his own Rebirth, Lil Wayne will return him to release Nicki Minaj's debut album, Pink Friday in November as well.

Read the full letter and purchase merchandise at WeezyThanxYou.com.


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