@ NiqueLA"You're" an idiot.....get some Aloe vera CAUSE YOU JUST GOT BURNT CUH!To all you other morons.....it was a threat. But why the white man gotta get the black man down? Come on wheres my slave money>?
He didn't threat anyone. He gave him an advise to not rely on someone else to save you.
All he said was, "He cant save you in the real world." Thats not threat its wise advise. Happy Birthday Wayne!!! xoxoxo
The identification of a fact is not a threat by any means. Lil Wayne's statement simply identified the bias of the lawyer performing the questioning. Clearly informing the lawyer of the judges lack of enforcement outside of the court room does not imply a threat of violence. It merely states that his line of questioning would not hold up in the court of REALITY. Lil Wayne, clearly was compliant to the request for questioning and also answered all questions, though asked with a form of bias, clearly and honestly. Because the Lawyer didn't like the answers he was given doesn't deny the fact, the Judge would lack the capability to interfere if the questioning was conducted in a different environment. The outcome of Lil Wayne's voice of concern is based on the lawyers perceived image of the entertainer, not the intellect of the party involved.Perceive what you like. Then learn to THINK for yourself."An image is self described" Imagine That.WWW.YUALLEN.COMWisconsin's Independent Choice for United States SenateOn another note: why is NO ONE asking "why the LAWYER is asking THREATENING questions." Clearly in a defamatory manner. Where is the Logical poll for the defense of the defendant who is being attacked in open court.I J S WAKE UPThink. Act. Stand.
C'MON MAN YOU CAN'T DO THAT---- HELL WHAT IF SOMETHING HAPPEN TO THIS MAN.JUST A BUNCH OF BULL. OH WELL MY OWN BROTHER THREATEN ME OVER MY MONEY. BLACK MAN WAKE -UP DUDE
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