Now that Da Brat is out of prison, she’s speaking about her love life behind bars.
The rapper says more than a few thuggish ruggish broads wanted to bump uglies , but she wasn’t having it.
“Every female in prison wanted me … all of them wish they could have gotten these goodies,” she told TMZ.
Da Brat has also been quoted as saying that although Jermaine Dupri didn’t visit her, he did put the most money on her. So did Katt Williams, Omar Epps and his wife, Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey, who also visited
The rapper still has her work cut out for her facing the next 3-6 months under house arrest and 7 years probation.
King was reportedly given was a citation by police not for running the light but for driving with an expired license and wound up calling a friend to take him and his fiancée home.
King was notoriously savagely beaten by four white police officers following a high-speed chase in a Los Angeles suburb on March 3, 1991. The nine-minute lumping was caught on camera by an onlooker and the footage eventually reached the entire world, touching off a strong debate on police brutality.
Despite the footage, the four officers were acquitted a year later, sparking huge riots in the black community. Fifty-five people died, 200 were injured and the onslaught of lootings led to $1 billion worth of property damage in the LA area.
King, who was left with brain and kidney damage from the whooping, was eventually awarded $3.8 million in a lawsuit he settled with the city of Los Angeles. However, throughout the years he has reportedly struggled with substance abuse and has been arrested a few times for driving related offenses.
Not everyone hangs on Lil Wayne’s every lyric, thinking he is the best rapper ever.
Watoto From The Nile’s song “Letter to Lil Wayne” is deep and moving.
Written and rapped from the perspective of little girls. The song talks about the confusion felt by children when they hear stars like Weezy say things that go against what they are taught at home and in school.