by Mike Winslow
The amorous affair occurred as Lil Wayne languished in a prison cell on Rikers Island, as the New Orleans rapper served an eight month sentence for having a gun in 2007 outside the Beacon Theater in New York.
Those few sentences circulating from the memoir leaked online while the book was being shopped around, and led many to question Drake’s loyalty to the man who signed him to Young Money.
Now that “Gone Til November” is ready to be released next month, more snippets are hitting the Internet.
In one chapter, Weezy goes into more detail about Drake banging his girlfriend while he was locked down on Rikers.
“Finding out that she f##ked Drake was the absolute worst thing I could have found out. Drizzy came to see me, he was like, ‘Yeah, it’s true’,” Lil Wayne wrote.
The rapper revealed that he was so upset over the affair, that he stayed in his jail cell for several days, in a deep depression.
“Damn! This is the type of s##t a man never wants to find out while he is locked up,” Lil Wayne wrote.
Despite Drake’s treachery, Wayne found some benefits in his isolation from the world.
His eight months spent on Rikers allowed him to focus on his music, and lessen his dependence on drugs for inspiration.
“I always thought I needed things like being high with my n## gas, a Bugatti, a dope-ass crib or some big-booty b##ches to be creative. But once it was taken away from me, my creativity was put to the ultimate test.”
It seems Drake and Weezy must have worked out their differences, as the pair have made many appearances together on stage since then, most recently on September 10, during the Los Angeles stop on Drake’s “Summer Sixteen” tour.
Both are also aligned with Rap-A-Lot Records and J. Prince, who is shoring up a defense for Lil Wayne and Young Money in a $51 million lawsuit against Cash Money over unpaid royalties.
“Gone Til November” will hit stores on October 11.