Pras is doing A-OK in spite of his recent conviction for criminal conspiracy … at least, that’s the update Wyclef Jean is sharing about his fellow artist.
TMZ Hip Hop connected with Wyclef outside NBC Studios on Monday, looking spry and lively after surviving a burnout earlier this year after he denied any rumors of retiring
He also assured us Pras was still in good spirits since we last spoke to him in May after the guilty verdict.
Pras is currently awaiting sentencing for his role in a $20 million fraud political theater, the type of stuff that makes for a ripe movie script … but Wyclef says don’t expect to see a feature film of the legendary hip hop trio anytime soon.
Wyclef says Fugees’ life story is still being written in real time and there’s no way to put a cap on the saga just yet.
He, Pras and Lauryn Hill recently reunited at this year’s Roots Picnic but haven’t released an album together since 1996’s Diamond-selling blockbuster album “The Score.”
Audiences would surely like to know what simply happened in between those periods but Clef swears there’s more in store!!!
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