Before I post Weezy’s recent interview.
Alright Wayne you brought this one on yourself.
Back in 2012, Lil Wayne was denied access to Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals in Oklahoma City because of a convoluted love triangle involving some Thunder players. Turns out it’s because Lil Wayne is black, according to Lil Wayne. Various players have since come forward and offered Lil Wayne tickets to another game, but that ship has sailed.”That’s not the point, though,” he told The Associated Press in an interview Friday night. “It’s the players stepping up but of course the players aren’t white. I don’t want to be sitting there on behalf of you and I’m sitting next to a (person) that’s like ‘I don’t want this (guy) sitting next to me.’ (Forget) you … I’m in Forbes,” he said, laughing.
This was four years ago………..
So you still insist on saying there is no such thing as racism? Or nah?
Back in September 2016, Lil Wayne, Bayless, and Sharpe went on to talk about the Packers, LeBron James, Colin Kaepernick, and more. Eventually, Bayless brought up a Westchester concert Wayne once told him about, where the crowd was almost entirely white. Reflecting on what that concert meant to him, Wayne said, “I thought that was clearly a message that there was no such thing as racism.” He then explained how he believes the younger generation is moving away from racism because “it’s not cool to them.” Sharpe, an African American, then argued that racism still exists.
Weezy continues to dig himself in a deeper hole in his recent interview when the rapper further explains “no such thing as racism.”
When asked on Tuesday to expand on his thoughts, Lil Wayne told The Associated Press that one of the reasons he feels that way is because a white police officer saved his life when he was 12 years old after he accidentally shot himself in the chest.
“Yeah, he was a cop, and my life was saved by a white man. I don’t know what racism is. I know a good (expletive) named Uncle Bob, though.” Carter said.
The Grammy-winning rapper said he was lying on the floor when police broke down the door, stepping over his body looking for guns and drugs. But one man stopped and chastised the others for leaving him.
“He was white as snow. Them (expletive) that hopped over me were blacker than me,” Carter said.
Carter says the man known as “Uncle Bob” personally took him to the hospital and stayed with him.
“(He) stood there and waited until the doctor said ‘He’s gonna make it,'” Carter said.