Lil Wayne’s Prison Memoir Finally Gets Release Date

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Talk about a memoir detailing Lil Wayne's time at Rikers Island in 2010 has been circulating for a couple years... and now, it's finally on the way.

The book, titled Gone 'Til November: A Journal of Rikers Island, consists of a journal the rapper kept while incarcerated.

"I started writing sh*t down everyday, so [manager Cortez Bryant] thought it would be a good idea. He was like, 'Man, if you don't mind, if you could get me those sh*ts that you wrote everyday, I could make a book out of that," Wayne said during a CRWN interview in 2014. "People wanna see that.' I was like, 'Honestly, Tez, I ain't do nothing.' Literally it would be like, 'I went to the day room today. Played cards. I whipped a n*gga ass in Uno.' He was like, 'People wanna read that.' I was like, 'You sure? I guess. You're never wrong, my n*gga.' So that's what the book is gonna be. I ain't writing no book. That's what the book is, my jail journal."

Wayne was sentenced to serve a year at Rikers Island in March 2010, after he pleaded guilty to weapons possession charges, stemming from an arrest in NYC in 2007.

Gone 'Til November is due out October 11 and available for pre-order now at Amazon.