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Lil Wayne Says “I Don’t Know What Racism Is” & Tells The Story Of A White Police Officer Saving Him [Video]

Lil Wayne Says I Dont Know What Racism Is & Tells The Story Of A White Police Officer Saving Him

In a recent interview with the Associated Press, Lil Wayne explained why he does not believe in racism and for his reasoning, he tells the story of when he shot himself at the age of 12-years-old.

Tunechi recalled that it was a white police officer named Uncle Bob who saved him after he was bleeding on the floor with a hole in his chest and it was black cops that stepped over him to look for guns and drugs. You can watch Tune tell the story in the video after the jump below.

This is not the first time that Weezy has mentioned he doesn’t believe in racism as in the “Skip And Shannon: Undisputed” interview last month, he said he has never ever dealt with racists and has seen every race at his shows. Also, in an interview with The New York Times earlier this week, Wayne revealed he doesn’t worry for racism and the Black Lives Matter movement as he only cares for his family!

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Chi-Ali Calls Lil Wayne “The Biggest Thing In The Game” x French Montana Defends Weezy’s New York Statement

Above, you can listen to an extract from Chi-Ali‘s first interview since being released from prison after serving 12 years behind bars. During the interview he spoke about his respect for Lil Wayne.

“I’ve been watching him for the last 12 years while I was prison. So I literally watched him blow and grow from a young man to a grown-ass man, and he’s huge. I appreciate him, I applaud him. A lot of artists need to take some tips from Wayne on how to handle their success. My kids, my daughters love him. Who don’t love Wayne? He’s the biggest thing in the game, I believe, definitely in hip-hop.”

Chi-Ali met Weezy for the first time at the video shoot for Fat Joe‘s new single “Yellow Tape“, which Wayne is featured on. If you missed the behind the scenes pictures of this video shoot, you can find them here.

In other news, back in August Tunechi said that he dislikes New York City. Hit the jump to listen to French Montana defending Tune in an interview with MTV saying he understands why he said that he does not like New York.

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