Wyclef Jean opens up about his relationship with Lauryn Hill and how it impacted the Fugees
Wyclef Jean grabbed headlines earlier this year when he opened up about his relationship with fellow Fugees member Lauryn Hill in his autobiography, Purpose: An Immigrant's Story. Clef paid a visit to Big Boy's Neighborhood at Power 106 radio station and delved into further detail. The "Gone Til November" rapper believes that third Fugees member Pras blames the affair for the breakup of the group.
"I'm sure he definitely blame me. And if you go back to the old articles one time, you know where Pras was like, ''Clef is the cancer of the Fugees.' You remember when he said that?" he said. "At the time, you've gotta understand his frustration though. It was more like, I really wanted this thing to work and you shouldn't have messed with the girl. Matter of fact, didn't I warn you about messing with the girl?'"
Clef shoulders the blame of the breakup of arguably the best hip-hop group of all time and also revealed he rapped about the turmoil of being torn between two women in the song "To All The Girls" which was on his critically-acclaimed 1997 Carnival album.
Wyclef also talked about meeting Ms. Hill for the first time and explained how the Fugees came to be: