Lil Wayne Recounts His Experiences With Police, Including the White Cop Who Saved Him When He Was 12

Lil Wayne Recounts His Experiences With Police, Including the White Cop Who Saved Him When He Was 12

Lil Wayne Recounts His Experiences With Police, Including the White Cop Who Saved Him When He Was 12 Lil Wayne spoke about several different encounters he's had with law enforcement on the latest episode of Apple Music's Young Money Radio, explaining his feelings about the police in light of George Floyd's death and the nationwide protests that have followed. "My life was saved when I was young," he reminded listeners on his show. "I was 12 or something, I think. Shot myself. I was saved by a white cop, Uncle Bob. So you have to understand ... you have to understand the way I view police, period. I was saved by a white cop." He said, "There was a bunch of black cops jumped over me when they saw me at that door, laying on the floor with that hole in my chest. He refused to. Those black cops jumped over me, and ran through the crib, and said, 'We found the gun, we found this, we found that.' He said, 'I found this baby on this floor. I need to get to a hospital.' He didn’t wait for an ambulance. He took his car. He made somebody drive it, and he made sure that I lived." Fans might recall Lil Wayne speaking about his experience with former officer "Uncle Bob" [Robert Hoobler] in the past, particularly in his speech at the 2018 BET Hip-Hop Awards, when he continued the story: "He brought me to the hospital himself. He refused to wait ...
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