Christina Milian & Lil Wayne

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Lil Wayne has clarified his recent comments about Black Lives Matter and race relations in America. As previously reported, during an appearance on Fox Sports 1’s Undisputed, when asked about racism, Wayne said, [“They wouldn’t want to ask me that. They wouldn’t want my answer to represent it because God knows I have been nothing but blessed, my whole path, these 33 years have been nothing but a blessing. I have never – and never is a strong word – never dealt with racism. I’m glad I didn’t have to. I don’t know if it’s because my blessings but it is my reality . . . Not only did I thought it was over, I still believe it’s over, but obviously it isn’t.”] obviously it isn’t)

When asked about the thousands of white people that attend his concerts, the rapper said, “I thought that was clearly a message that there was no such thing as racism. . . I thought that was a perfect example.”

He told the New York Times, “I was on a sports show recently, and I was asked a question like that about black lives or whatever. When we got off the air, [the host] Shannon Sharpe said: ‘I really want to commend you for answering like that, because you didn’t make something up just to make yourself one of us. And to make yourself a victim.’ I’m not that. And honestly, I don’t care. I care what’s going on with me and my kids and my world and my mom and who’s going to pay this next bill. That’s what matters to me.”

Wayne also revealed that he sees a light at the end of the tunnel in his legal battle with Cash Money and Birdman, saying, “I do. I don’t have to even look. I’m gonna make sure that there’s light. If there’s a wall at the end of the tunnel, I’m gonna shoot that [expletive] down. And there’s gonna be light behind that wall.”

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