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Bill Clinton offers Lil' Wayne advice on eve of rapper's release from jail

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Lil' Wayne (Steve Nesius/AP)

Bill Clinton was stumping for get-out-the-vote movements and called in to the 96.1 Kiss Morning Freak Show radio program in Pittsburgh.

The DJs asked him how he felt about the Lil' Wayne, the rapper who will be reportedly released from jail Thursday. The former president says his daughter introduced him to Lil' Wayne (showing more influence over her pop than just switching him to a vegan diet). President Clinton then offered up some well wishes for Lil' Wayne:

It's nice that Clinton has a varied musical tastes, but is it just me or does he sound way more excited about the McRib?

And speaking of Lil' Wayne's time in the slammer, The Post's Chris Richards takes a look at the dangers of going to jail for rap artists.

By Melissa Bell  | November 3, 2010; 11:23 AM ET
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