Can't Complain As He Goes To Jail
His Music Will Sell
“I don’t like to stop, I believe you stop when you die,” Lil’ Wayne told "Rolling Stone" magazine as he graced the cover just before he turned himself in on Feb. 9th. "Lil Wayne" will be doing a "TI" and serving 12 months in prison, but has no plans to stop making music during his 12 month sit down in prison. "Lil Wayne" is serving time for a 2007 gun possession charge.
“This is Lil Wayne going to jail. Nobody I can talk to can tell me what that’s like,” he said. “I just say I’m looking forward to it.”
"Lil Wayne" finally finished his "Carter IV" album before he went to prison while his label, "Young Money", relocated to New York City to keep things running for the next 12 months. MeanwhileWayne’s manager Cortex Bryant will create a jailhouse Twitter account to keep the fans up-to-date on the status of Lil’ Wayne. "Lil Wayne" will continue to write music while he serves out his time, “I’ll have an iPod, and I”ll make sure they keep sending me beats,” he said.