It was a white cop who saved Lil Wayne's life when he was 12-years-old that made the rapper say there was 'no such thing as racism'.
Lil Wayne, whose real name is Dwayne Michael Carter Jr, was being interviewed on Fox Sports 1's show Undisputed in September when he said he had 'never dealt with racism'.
Carter cited as evidence the fact that his concerts were attended by a lot of white fans.
'I thought that was clearly a message that were was no such thing as racism,' he told host Skip Bayless.
The New Orleans-born rapper came under fire on social media for his comments, but explained on Tuesday they had to do with the man who saved his life.
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