In 2010, Lil Wayne spent eight months at Rikers Island for gun charges, and now the rapper is preparing to release Gone ‘Til November, a memoir based on his time in prison. Page Six has shared some of the stories that will be included in the book, and one of them involves Weezy officiating a same-sex wedding.
In a lighthearted, presumably non-legally binding ceremony, Lil Wayne married two male inmates in a hall decorated with toilet paper, and with a toast of Gatorade. “Gatorade is liquid gold in this bitch,” he wrote. “Imagine seeing grown-ass men in jail hanging tissue for wedding decorations. AND one of them is Lil Wayne. Crazy.”
Lil Wayne has lived so many lives. In one of those lives, he happened to be a minister of a gay wedding. Honestly, I’m not sure how I feel about gimmicky weddings like this. I feel like it’s just a smokescreen for a marriage that probably won’t last. I wouldn’t be shocked if those big gay prisoners were separated by now.
How many freestyles do you think occurred at this wedding? Infinite. That was probably the most lit wedding of all time. I may actually purchase this new Lil Wayne book just to read more about how progressive prison has become. What a Time to Be Alive.