Lil Wayne was a guest on Fox Sports One’s “Undisputed,” where Skip Bayless asked him for his thoughts about Colin Kaepernick‘s protest of the National Anthem, and the state of racism in America. Lil Wayne’s response earned him widespread criticism when he essentially stated that he thought racism in America was over.
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As it turns out, his comments were a little more nuanced than that, although they were still a tad confusing. Click on the audio player to hear more on that story from Headkrack in this exclusive clip of the Hip-Hop Spot.
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What Lil Wayne Really Meant By His Comments On Racism [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO] was originally published on rickeysmileymorningshow.com