Lil Wayne has a story to tell. Well, Lil Wayne probably has a bunch of stories to tell, but this fall the multiplatinum rap superstar will release "Gone Till November," his memoir based on the diaries he kept while he was locked up for eight months on Rikers Island in New York.
The book, which will come out in November, two years after Weezy's release from prison, is being described as an internal monologue, according to the Associated Press. It will be released through Grand Central Publishing, a division of Hachette Book Group.
Weezy was freed from Rikers Island on November 4, 2010, after he served eight months of a year-long sentence for an attempted gun possession charge. Police had arrested the rapper in 2007 following his headlining performance at New York's Beacon Theatre. Wayne eventually pleaded guilty to the charge and turned himself in to authorities in March of 2010.
MTV News correspondent Sway Calloway caught up with Wayne in Miami at a welcome-home party just days after his prison release. When asked how his transition from prison was going, Weezy simply responded with a grin. "I forgot about yesterday," he said after thanking his fans and family for their support.
He hasn't completely forgotten, however, now that Wayne, who has since toured the world and released his double-platinum Tha Carter IV, plans to reminisce a little.