A “Lil Positivity”: Lil Wayne Tells the Kiddies to Get Schooled

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Unlike a lot of rappers the kids are looking up to these days, the worst one of all does stand out a little bit more. Lil Wayne sends a PSA to all the kids about going to school. Besides the fact that he’s a huge star, Lil Wayne actually did go to college for about 2 years but nope… he didn’t finish.

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  • PUSSYCATFUN

    WAS THIS APART OF HIS PLEA AGREEMENT?

    PLUS, HE STILL SOUND AND LOOK BLUNTED.

  • HA!!!!!!

    2nd!

  • Sticky-n-Sweet

    Kanye didn’t finish either, and neither did Bill Gates…at least he opened his mind some…who knows, Wayne might read Tolstoy on his tour bus, he is a fake gangster…

  • HA!!!!!!

    The youth are not stupid at the same time, they know when these fools are just saying something because it sounds good. These kids dont care about what he is saying, only the music he is making.

  • Jazzy

    I agree with you Sticky-n-Sweet. I don’t agree with how he caries himself, but if you listen to some of things he says in his verses to his songs he puts alittle intellect in some of them in ways other rappers don’t. And to add to that most people don’t even get past the first semester in college so he gets 10 cool points for that🙂

  • Hannibal's Bitch

    IF ONLY HE COULD FOLLOW HIS OWN ADVICE, IF ONLY….

  • Rrrrroe Ski Love-

    @BIANCA Sorry I have to disagree with you on this one. His success is not through education, instead his money comes from the vermin of society. This sends a mixed message to young volatile minds. Lil Wayne is not the rule of thumb, but instead is the success story that happens in one out of a million. His thug image is 100 times more prevalent then his schoolboy image. In using him for this message, it denotes moreso that if you don’t make it in school, you can always become a rapper because lil Wayne did it.

  • t

    good look weezy. ppl will always be critical but you have to leave that be and do your thing…

  • Sanjor**Today is a new page in your life,what will you write on it, don't repeat the same mistates

    @Rrrroe Ski

    I agree with you, and no one should be idolizing him as if he were God.

  • QT Cakes

    @Jazzy: And to add to that most people don’t even get past the first semester in college so he gets 10 cool points for that

    Uh no, dummies like you are the reason that he makes money in the first place. If anything he loses cool points for have the resources to attend school and not finishing. I’m sorry but when you got money like that, there’s no excuse.

  • Renee

    That’s wonderful. I can’t front of Weezy ’cause he didn’t finish college – neither did I, but I’ve managed to have a fairly successful life inspite of that.
    The kids tend to pay attn. to celebs like him – how sweet it is that he would take advantage of the platform he’s been given to sow some positive seeds into the mix…love it!

  • GiGi

    I totally agree!

  • %#&?!!

    F#CK THESE SAVAGES LIL EMPHYZEMA AND GAY-Z. THEY GETTING TOO MUCH ATTENTION THAT THEY DONT DESERVE!!

    @6AM,
    GO IN, BRUH! GO IN!

  • 8:08

    @ Breastfeeding Momma

    I agree. Everyone has to start somewhere.

  • WhatEVER

    ^^@ Its6amHoGetOut, How come you hoes didn’t tell me about Michael Jackson’s song “Speechless”?

    Yeah, it’s sad. We–black and Latino kids–trail our white and Asian counterparts in academics. You have to reach kids *early*…from birth! People have to go into parenting **fully prepared** to be a proper mentor and guide.

    The problem is that people have kids too young, before they themselves even understand life….before they’re properly prepared to teach someone else. Ignorance produces more ignorance.

    This PSA was a total waist of money and time. I hate to sound like a kill-joy, but it’s the truth. It isn’t gonna help anyone.

  • JK

    He must have audited those college courses, cause last I heard he didn’t even finish high school. He dropped out when he was 14 or 15 years old. Unless he just recently got his GED.

  • http://www.freewebs.com/bestsexever christylove

    Yup.. If you have an IQ that shows you are gifted with no degree, it doesn’t matter. The company you are trying to work for doesn’t care. The only thing that matters is the degree. So if you don’t get a degree you will have a WAAAAAYYY HARDER time than those who do, no matter HOW uneducated they act..

  • http://bossip miss dior

    His face is very scary…he shd have schooled them on the use of condoms too.

  • WhatEVER

    @ christylove,

    I agree totally. A college degree is more of a necessity for those looking to become employed. A degree lets prospective employers know that you’re able to be trained. That’s all they care about; getting their work done…

    However, a college degree isn’t a requirement for success. Some people are smart, creative thinking go-getters by nature; visionaries. And these people usually have far greater aspirations than merely becoming employed. I’m talking about people like Bill Gates (Microsoft), Richard Branson (Virgin), Dov Charney (American Apparel), P-Diddy and a whole host of others.

  • =]

    At least he tried….to hide his highness.
    Still love him though❤

  • Yummy

    stop hating lames

  • Yummy

    he could get it

  • DayShifter

    This is sooooooooooooo stupid!! If you want to make a change in the lives of kids who look up to you…. Change the negative crap you call music to something positive!! Give them something more to embrace other than cars, sex, money and drugs….

  • Dajournalist

    F*ck Lil Wayne. He must realize that people are tired of his bullsh*t.

  • sweetnpetite

    I mean nothing personal against Wayne, but who would seriously want their kids listening 2 this dude’s advice? He’s got 2 kids on the way, by 2 different people, n looks n sounds wasted every time u c him. But n his defense, it’s not his job 2 make sure UR kids go 2 school. They’re entertainers, not educators.

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