(AllHipHop News) New Orleans bred superstar Lil Wayne recently appeared on Fox Sports 1's "Undisputed" and gave his candid take on the surging Black Lives Matter movement, contemporary racism and much more.
When asked about current events, such as NFL player Colin Kaepernick's refusal to stand for the national anthem in protest of police brutality, Lil Wayne stated that the controversy has had no impact on his life.
“They wouldn’t want my answer to that,” Lil Wayne said. “God knows that I have been nothing but blessed … I’ve never dealt with racism. I thought [racism] was over, I still believe it’s over. But, obviously it isn’t."
Commentator Skip Bayless asked Wayne if he thought racism was over because white people show his music such strong support.
“I thought that was clearly a message there was no such thing as racism. That was a perfect example. When I open my eyes and I see everybody,” stated Wayne.
Give Lil Wayne's appearance on Fox Sports 1 "Undisputed" with Sip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe a look below.