"Throughout the years, there's always been different things that's been said, and I just went into deep detail for y'all." The Haitian-born musician weaves a vivid tale for his readers, revealing that Hill began dating the father of her children, Rohan Marley, during the period when she was still romantically involved with 'Clef.
In the book, Wyclef admits that he was jealous of Hill's new relationship, despite having his own marriage, but when she became pregnant, he was led to believe that he was the father of her son.
And the Fugees’ “The Score” was one of those records.
Rapper Wyclef Jean says he was handcuffed by Los Angeles cops for “absolutely nothing” early Tuesday when officers mistook him for a man who just robbed a gas station – and he’s claiming he was subject to “police brutality.” In an 18-second Twitter video posted to his account early Tuesday, Jean, 47, can be seen with his arms behind his back and flanked by two police officers. Black man with red bandana robbed a gas station as I was in the studio working but im in handcuffs?
pic.twitter.com/vj Rf JUkoo A — Wyclef Jean (@wyclef) March 21, 2017 “Ya’ll see the police have handcuffs on me,” Jean said, adding that he had just come from the recording studio with Detroit rapper T-Baby. right now.” “The LAPD have me in cuffs for absolutely nothing,” he added.
"All the girls was like, 'Oh, we can't believe Wyclef broke Lauryn Hill's heart.' " In his memoir, 'Clef admits that listening to the album felt like he was reading a diary of their relationship, but he still needed to tell his story.
"Two wrongs don't make a right, so I accepted my wrong for that period and being an adolescent, being kind of cocky ...