Correction Department spokesman Stephen Morello said the “Lollipop” singer will have “general population escort” status. That means he’ll be escorted by a correction captain when outside of his housing unit – just like gang members. Inside, he’s free to socialize under the watchful eye of guards with the 17 men on his cellblock – or stay locked in his cell. “It’s his choice,” Morello said.
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Doubt Lil Wayne will stay in this condition for long:
“I requested protective custody so that he may serve his time in peace,” Richman told The BoomBox. “He should be granted protective custody based on my request.” – Boom Box