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Wednesday, during an interview Lil' Wayne explicitly stated: "Flat out, I don't like New York." Given the fact that he was arrested for gun possession and served his time on Riker's Island in New York, it's understandable that Weezy doesn't feel like going back any time soon.
But for whatever reason, New York senator Malcolm White took some serious offense to the rapper's comment. And for an even more absurd, idiotic reason, he felt it was necessary to hold a press conference about it. If you wanted some insight as to how politics works in our country, this is the perfect lesson.
It's definitely a solid usage of the city's taxpayers' money. Because when someone as politically influential and poignant as Lil' Wayne makes disparaging comments about your city, it calls for a personal attack via the bully pulpit. And to bring up Frank Sinatra and Jay-Z? Damn, you cut Wayne deep right there Senator.
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