Slick Willy Wants Weezy To Be Free And George Bush Still Doesn’t Like Yeezy

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Bolitics, ChitChatter, News

former president George W Bush Bill Clinton

Who knew former leaders of the free world had rap on the brain? On Election Day, no less.

During a routine “Vote Democrate” interview in Pittsburgh yesterday, a couple of radio hosts randomly asked President Bill Clinton about his thoughts on Lil Wayne’s pending freedom.

Bill Clinton appeared on “The Morning Freak Show” yesterday (November 2nd) on 96.1 Kiss FM, to drum up support for Democratic candidates running in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

During the interview hosts Mikey and Big Bob asked Bill Clinton about his thoughts on Lil Wayne, who will be freed after eight months in prison, for carrying a loaded handgun on his tour bus in July of 2007.

“I tell you what I think about that. I know this is kinda a funny question for you to ask me. My daughter introduced me to rap and hip-hop music, after I said somethings she thought were not very smart. She said ‘dad you need to listen, a lot of these people are smart.’ This guy’s smart and he’s got ability and he’s got a new chance now,” President Clinton said.

President Clinton continued his thoughts on the New Orleans rapper, whose music is also on President Barack Obama’s iPod.

“I hope is that this is not something just to brand him as a cool guy, but that it will never happen again to him,” Clinton said of Lil Wayne’s time spent behind bars.

“A lot of these people they don’t get successful in that, just like any area of life by being really dumb, their really smart,” Clinton continued. “But a lot of them have had really tough lives and they almost think its cool to get in trouble every now and then or they don’t know how to stay out. What I hope will happen is that he has a good life now.”

Hmm. He had T.I. and Gucci Mane on the brain too, huh?

Lil Wayne should be heading home to kiss his babies and his momma tomorrow. Then he’ll be heading to Vegas on Thursday for his first concert alongside Drake.

In other random politics and rap talk, George Bush’s delusional behind apparently thinks that Kanye’s Katrina telethon outburst was one of the worst things that happened during his 8 years in office.

“He called me a racist, and I didn’t appreciate it then. I don’t appreciate it now,” Bush tells Lauer in a show that airs on November 8. “It’s one thing to say, ‘I don’t appreciate the way he’s handled his business.’ It’s another thing to say, ‘This man’s a racist.’ I resent it, it’s not true.”

Bush continued, “Yes. My record was strong I felt when it came to race relations and giving people a chance. And it was a disgusting moment.”

We’re now waiting for the George Bush/MC Hammer collabo Kanye diss.

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  • Yea

    This whole article made me LAUGH OUT LOUD.. SMH

  • diane

    lmao @Kanye’s Katrina telethon outburst was one of the worst things that happened during his 8 years in office. GEEZE THATS FUNNY AZZ HELL

  • PSunny

    Bush is too stupid to be a racist, but he’s smarter than palin.

  • gotaclue

    Listen to them . Lol

  • Jay

    LMAO, Kanye West out burst was the worse thing that hapened during your 8 years, not Katrina itself, and certainly not the economic state you put the company in. ROFLMAO

  • keema

    Bush, no one is listening to you. Speaking of stupid comments,You are the same person who said gynecologists all over the world are, uh..they uh..practice their “love” with their patients! I’m still not over that yet man! lmao

  • that damn sh#$ disturber

    get over it bush! read the whole interview on s.r. website and one of the questions asked was how could he be so easily offended at kanye’s comments being the worst point of his career and not hurricane katrina itself. very good question!

  • westkoast

    Gotta love Bush. The jokes just write themselves with ol’ boy.

    On another note, I still can’t believe Obama has Lil’ Wayne music on his ipod, what songs could he possibly be listening to? Lollipop? Every Girl? It boggles the mind!

  • bhumo

    I m not convinced that Pres.Clinton know what and who he is talking about. His comment seem too general and broad enough to apply to anyone. He is sleek and cunning politician..and clearly see it in way he address the question.

  • Chi town

    Why does clinton keep saying these people>Hmmm ….SMH. Bush needs to shut up he f$@# everything any way lets talk bout rather then someone saying he dont like black people none of them do!!!!!

  • don

    rap music flourished under president clinton. he supported efforts to use rap as a tool to help ghetto youth escape poverty.

    now your black president has almost closed that door, while he lies about liking rap music so he can use rappers to lure in young votes.

  • Secret Squirrel

    I knew once they got a look at Kanye’s pen1s they would go after him. Kanye keep that thang under wraps.

  • Melissa

    Wow, they both have the PR/PC thing down to a science while they’re sitting up at home talking all the BS nobody can hear. Fakers.

  • jj

    Lol really bush kanye words was worse then two wars and a recession???
    Getting mad at bush is kinda like getting mad at a kid…pointless
    he may not be racist but he Damn sure didn’t care

  • E.C. from D.C.

    2 eh’s and a MEH

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