[photogallerylink id=91007 align=left]The 29-year-old rap star is joining forces with a publishing company to compile his prison experience into words and bind it into a book.
Lil Wayne’s prison stint was something talked about amongst many. People protesting against it chanting, “Free Weezy” and others who simply thought it was about time he hit the cell. Well, now “Dwayne Carter,” “Lil Wayne,” “Weezy,” or whatever you call him, is finally going to give you his side of the story.
He will be working with Grand Central Publishing to release the memoir called, “Gone Till November.” The book is set to be released on November 28th and will cover the eight months he did at Rikers Island. Now everyone will be getting the inside scoop on his experience with details extracted from diary entries he wrote while killing time in prison.
We’re all interested and seeing how the Young Money rapper writes about his time done behind bars.