Nelly Turns Comedian, Politic Pundit & Sportscaster On Larry King Now [VIDEO]
Nelly Mo has a lot to blab about and it's not just because he's making his rounds to promote his new album, M.O. (Which raked in 15,000 copies in its first week. Y'know, just in case you're into that type of thing.)
The St. Lunatic recently entered the realm of Larry King Live to discuss everything under the sun including Tim McGraw busting freestyles in the studio, baseball trivia and furlough reparations.
It wasn't all fun and games, though. The multi-platinum selling artist took it down a level to harbor on the disproportionate rate that Black men in America populate the prison system. "I think education, self-esteem and hope are very important and in a lot of these communities, [we] lack all three of those," said Nelly. The "Hot In Here" rappe also wasn't naive to the fact that it takes more than a village to raise a child, stating it takes the entire country to "build us out a situation." Very well put, Mr. Haynes.
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