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Lil Wayne Says He Doesn’t Know What Racism Is

In a recent interview with Associated Press News, Lil Wayne explains why he believes racism is over.

Telling a story of an incident when he shot himself at the age of 12, Wayne explains that when police arrived on the scene, all the Black officers “walked right over him.” Claiming the only officer who stopped to give him aid was a white officer he calls “Uncle Bob.”  He went on to say:

“My life was saved by a White man. I don’t know what racism is.”

In this day and age, when the Black community is inundated with videos and pictures of white police officers killing unarmed Black people, Lil Wayne’s comments have ignited a firestorm.

What are your thoughts on Lil Wayne’s comments about racism being over?

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Nellie McGirt July 24, 2018 at 7:36 pm

Lil Wayne is living with rose colored glasses on. Is he do blind to not see what’s going on in the world around him or is he not touched because he thinks things won’t affect him because of his celebrity . Climb off that tower you live in and see what happening in the real world, not the artificial world you presently live in. You still are a Black man in America and racism still exsist.

Cochise Lattiker May 8, 2019 at 2:08 am

Who the hell is LIL Wayne first of all? That nigga can’t rap. Most blk ppl are delusional and need extensive psychological help. Who cares about a rich niggas assumption anyways? This nigga knows what racism is, hes lying. White Americans are racist they don’t like niggers, they never have and never will.

Dana July 3, 2019 at 8:17 pm

He’s sick. You know something is wrong when you tattoo your body up in that manner. He needs to use some of that money on therapy and medication.

Cyn January 5, 2020 at 11:40 pm

Lil Wayne is more right than he is wrong. In my opinion reverse racism is more prevalent. This is Wayne experience. Itay not be every person of colors experience but u applaud his courage to say it publicly.

Cyn January 5, 2020 at 11:41 pm

Lil Wayne is more right than he is wrong. In my opinion reverse racism is becoming more prevalent. This is Waynes experience. It may not be every person of colors experience but I applaud his courage to say it publicly.


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