Snoop Dogg speaks on T.I. and Lil Wayne’s Jail Time

14 Dec

Still celebrating the release of his historic tenth studio album, Malice n Wonderland, Snoop Dogg took some time off to discuss the recent sentences of T.I. and Lil Wayne. Just last year, T.I. was on top of the rap world, boasting two chart-topping singles. This year was supposed to be a repeat.

Instead, he was sentenced to one year of prison time. In that time, Tip has been unable to create new music. At the rate that he was going with the music coming from his crew, T.I. could really have a hold on the music scene right about now. But, his decisions a few years ago have cost him that opportunity.

Like, T.I., Lil Wayne is also in the middle of a big run. Next week, the New Orleans rapper is planning on releasing a new album. However, after the release of that album, Wayne, too will have to take a break from the music to serve time in prison. At the rate that these rappers are going, they will not have the chance to reach an historic tenth album.

Early in his career, Snoop Dogg was also forced to take a break from music to serve time in prison. However, after that time, Snoop Dogg was a changed man. He decided to leave the rough lifestyle to the rough people as he made the transition from a gangsta rapper into a legend. Now that he has reached that status, the hip hop community looks to Snoop for leadership.

Recently, he took the time to speak on both rappers’ situations. He described rappers going to jail like an athlete using steroids, something that is bound to happen at one time or another. Snoop went on to describe rappers that end up in these situations as rappers that have no one to provide them a voice of reason.

Snoop Dogg said that rappers are going to have to learn to be smarter and more discreet about what they are doing.

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