Wyclef Jean and the arc of his career has been largely associated with New Jersey by way of his fame with The Fugees. However, the Haitian-born producer and global artist first arrived in America and settled in the planet of Brooklyn with the borough awarding him a key to the city over the weekend.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s office is apologizing to Grammy-winning artist Wyclef Jean for mistaking him as a robbery suspect and detaining him.
Apparently, Los Angeles cops couldn’t tell the difference between Wyclef Jean and an armed robbery suspect. The Fugees rapper was detained by cops overnight (March 21) because the car he was driving matched the description of the whip used in the crime that same night.
Wyclef Jean has an interesting perspective on Atlanta rapper Young Thug. He finds him revolutionary and considers him a “modern Tupac.”
Wyclef Jean is broke and he creditors are demanding their money, including the IRS, who he owes $2.9M. The revelation was made by his accountant when the former Fugees frontman failed to pay lawyers money he owed them.
It’s been a long time since Wyclef Jean, Pras and Lauryn Hill broke up the Fugees, yet all these years later they continue to intrigue us.
Depending on how you view this video, this is probably the most racist thing you’ll see today or the funniest thing you’ll see today. Blake Burman, a news reporter for FOX News affiliate WSVN in Miami, had a tough time identifying his Black rappers during coverage of the election.
Wyclef Jean visited Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club and talked about his “mankini” biker photo, exposing Lauryn Hill in his new book and even discussed the controversy surrounding his Yéle Haiti foundation.
Wyclef Jean is a man with no chill. After his Yele Foundation got a skewering due to suspect financial issues courtesy of the New York Times, you think the Fugees rapper/singer would play the background for a bit, right? Nope. Today, the preacher’s son announced his birthday by going to Twitter and sharing a photo […]
In the years that followed the Haiti earthquakes which rocked the country, Wyclef Jean‘s Yéle organization continues to face intense scrutiny, even after the company was shut down last month.