Wyclef Jean Says The Fugees Are ‘Not Meant To Be’ — No Reunion Anytime Soon, Or Ever
The problems within the Fugees have been long-documented. A reunion has always been a longshot, especially since Wyclef and Pras haven't had the best of a relationship.
However, the pair found themselves in close quarters early this week, when they were on the same flight to Haiti together. Instead of fighting or arguing, the two buried the hatchet.
And, even posed for a few photos, which they tweeted.
"On my way 2 Haiti ran into Praz, what should I do make peace or go sit somewhere Else! I Made peace 4 Haiti!" tweeted Wyclef (@Wyclef), who also posted a picture of them shaking hands.
"Yo clef we should of flown privately ... I'm sorry man for criticizing you for flying privately to Haiti. Differences are not intended to separate, but precisely in order to realize our need of one another," wrote Pras (@PrasMichel), who also tweeted a pic.
Despite mending their friendship, Clef says the Fugees are just "not meant to be."
"When it comes to Lauryn and Pras, it's my childhood, they always bring me to that place," he told StarPulse.com. "At the end of the day Pras is my brother and Lauryn is my sister, despite what the media say. The Fugees are not meant to be. We're rock stars from a locked group.
"You're going to have egos and differences but at the end of the day I love them both very much," he continued.
It's nothing new though. Wyclef has expressed the unlikeliness of a reunion before. In a 2009 interview with Angela Yee's "The Morning After" show, saying a Fugees reunion is best left "a myth."
The group's 1998 sophomore album, The Score, is considered one of the greatest hip-hop albums ever, and has sold over 18 million copies worldwide.