Though he has several months left in his yearlong jail sentence, Lil Wayne sure does have an optimistic outlook for his future.
The Young Money boss recently phoned DJ Scoob Doo from the Rikers Island facility to assure his fans he's doing just fine while on lockdown. Scoob Doo released footage of the conversation with Weezy early this morning (May 19).
"I'm coolin', ya feel me? I'll be home soon," the rapper told to Scoob. "If you worryin', don't worry too much, but keep worryin'. If you ain't worried, then something's wrong. But you know, it's Nino Brown, I got the penthouse suite up here in Rikers, man. I got my feet up, ya smell me? My team is still holding it down, man. They keepin' the flood open. I already know how it go."
A couple of days ago, Wayne found himself back in a bit of hot water for possessing unauthorized music contraband, specifically an MP3 charger and eardphones.
"Ain't too much, I got in a little trouble and whatnot, you feel me?" Wayne detailed. "Yeah, they tried to bang me with that, but I can't live without my music, Scoob. You know how it is, man. I needed my music. It's all good. I had to take my little slip up. I ain't trippin'. Players f--- up."
If all goes according to plan, Weezy may see an early release in October of 2010. No word on whether or not his contraband incident has added more months to his sentence.