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Lil Wayne Tells Story About Peyton Manning and Ex-Convict on Work Release

by Erin Simon | Posted on Monday, January 27th, 2014
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Rapper Lil Wayne told MMQB’s Robert Klemko a story that a guy, who has toured with Tunechi, told him about watching the Manning brothers throw as early as 4 a.m. back in the day:

“I have a story about Peyton. A guy who has been on the road with us, he was like an uncle to us, he told us this story. When he was in jail, about to come home, he was put on one of those work-release things in New Orleans. Every morning, real early, he would clean the schoolyard of the (Isidore) Newman School (where the Manning kids attended). Because he was a prisoner, he would have to clean the schoolyard at 4 or 5 in the morning. There was not one morning, 4:30, 5 in the morning, he wouldn’t see Archie, Peyton, Cooper, or Eli out on the field. He’d see Archie throwing passes to Cooper, or Peyton throwing routes to Cooper. I don’t know if people know this, but it was Cooper who was the prodigy. He [the roadie] would tell us the story, you know, like it was destined.”

Also, it looks like Lil Wayne has the Broncos winning the Super Bowl:

Honestly, I don’t want to use the word ‘surprised,’ but it is unexpected to see Seattle in the Super Bowl. I expected Peyton. He’s been there before. And I love Russell Wilson. But they are not playing in Seattle. I just can’t see Peyton losing.”

[MMBQ]

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