Being the rock star Lil Wayne is, he definitely has his crazy stories.
He’s slated to release his new book, Gone ‘Til November, later this week, but we don’t have to wait until then to hear some of the bizarre stories that are coming from it.
Weezy revealed an exerpt of his forthcoming book via Vulture this morning (October 3). The novel details Wayne's eight-month stint at Rikers Island and in it he reveals an instance where he was, uh, pretty horny and asked his girlfriend at the time to come and visit him in prison without any panties on. Apparently there was a flaw in his plan.
“I told her I didn't want her to wear any panties so I can look at her p***y and s**t one time,” he wrote. “But since I never wear the same T-shirt, boxers, or socks more than one time EVER, my n***a E.I. always brings me new T-shirts, boxers, and socks every visit. And they have these extensive-ass searches before you come in here, so they made her put on a pair of boxers because they knew she didn't have on panties. Damn!”
Lol. Wow. Wayne describes his attraction to one of the correctional officers too. He says that she was “sexy” and that he’d “definitely hit it.” “And then there's Ms. Burke. Owwww! She's so sexy!” he writes. “She has a head full of gray hair, but she's not old. I'm not sure what caused it, but she said that her hair has been gray since she was 13. My first impression was that it's just her swag and she dyed it gray on purpose. That's how cool it looks on her. I mean she's fine as hell. I'd definitely hit it!”
Also during his Vulture excerpt, Lil Wayne described a gig he got while in prison as a suicide-prevention associate. Apparently he was making some bread while locked up and away from music.
“I was back out to take the test for the suicidal-protection aide job,” he recalled. “I passed with a 100, no lie. Guess I still got it. And I guess I still get that moola, baby, because SPA is the highest-paying job an inmate can get. The job is basically to monitor the tier for an eight-hour shift and if someone wants to hang up (meaning to kill themselves), to not negotiate with them or try to talk them out of it, but just to alert an officer. Yeah, it's that real.”
Check out an excerpt of Lil Wayne’s forthcoming book here, including tales of him both rapping and fighting on the yard and the list of names who visited him while incarcerated. That list is pretty impressive.