Lil Wayne ‘I Was Close To Suicide’ in Prison In New Memoir

Lil Wayne uncovered a considerable measure about what happened when he burned through 8 months in jail including his endeavored suicide.

The book “Gone ‘Til November: A Journal of Rikers Island” is out now and narratives Weezy’s life in jail at the New York jail in 2010. So far we’ve seen him talked about Drake crushing his better half and getting visit from Diddy and Kanye West. Yet, appears life was a test for the Young Money rap legend as he ended his hush about getting near suicide.

“One thing that emerged was the manner by which I’ve never been this near suicide,” Lil Wayne said in an extract discharged by Rolling Stone. “It’s genuinely another reality for me. I was really there when this child that was in mental confinement attempted to hang up.”

“Imprison desensitizes a considerable measure of things,” Wayne included. “The truth in here is so brutal. I will never see how anybody could imagine that this sh*t is cool.”

Gratefully Wayne got past the experience and even rap about it in the tune “Distraught” with Solange Knowles on her new collection “A Seat At The Table.”

Toward the end of the book, Lil Wayne felt a burst of positive and imaginative vitality on his last night as he ponders returning to his standard life and invest some energy with his kids.

Source: Urban Islandz

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