Monday, May 10, 2010

Lil Wayne Tried to Rape Me: a review.

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"Lil Wayne Tried to Rape Me" by Curtis Plum is the harrowing tale of one innocent fan's misfortune and the dangers of rock-and-roll excess. Plum narrowly escapes a traumatizing assault (the description of Dwayne Carter's diminutive hands and what they do is particularly upsetting) while Carter, leaning hard, drunken with celebrity and enraged by Plum's refusal to be his object of lust, is exposed as a real-life Andrew Carver to Plum's Molly the seamstress. A vivid, compelling narrative paired with a beat worthy of Mr. Carter himself makes this essential listening.


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