Lil Wayne to Release Prison Memoir ‘Gone Till November’

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Lil Wayne is ready to tackle the literary world. The Young Money rapper is following through on his promise to publish a memoir documenting his time in prison.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Grand Central Publishing will release Gone Till November, a compilation of Weezy’s diaries that he kept during his eight-month stint on Rikers Island in 2010.

“We are thrilled to be publishing Wayne’s prison memoir,” said Ben Greenberg, executive editor at Grand Central Publishing. “He kept detailed journals of his inner and outer life while he was on Rikers Island, and they certainly tell a story. They are revealing.”

The book, due November 28, will detail his experience behind bars, including the people he encountered, his family, his past, and his future.

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9 Comments

  1. BEDSTUYFLY

    who cares… NEXT

    clearly somebody was diggin his back out, cuz all he been wearing since then are them tight ass legging-jeans lol

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    ricky Reply:

    @BEDSTUYFLY, you clearly care. that’s why you commented.

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  2. The Chosen One

    Nice to see Wayne branching out of music into other things. I will definitely be picking this up along with some of his clothing line

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  4. nicegirl

    Interesting but how many times has he been in prison now? Wayne, do not get into any more trouble!

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  5. Neon

    Ooh, here’s something that Birdman can stock in his “library”.

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  6. smh

    imean why isn’t this comin out under the CM publishing content

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  7. Hugh

    Profits from crime?

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  8. @T9PPro804

    Well….i dunno what to say… ummm good luck with the Jail book. By the way…when did Rikers Island turn to prison? I thought it was only a jail. *smh* anyways, good luck weezy, i may peek at the book, but x-nay on the clothing line. Isnt it just typical for a rapper to first do music then do a book and release a clothingline? How many rappers before him have done this? ……#follower

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