Lil Wayne Reveals He Officiated a Same Sex Wedding in Prison in 'Gone 'Til November' Memoir

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Lil Wayne performs at Tidal X ColleGrove at The Tabernacle on March 30, 2016 in Atlanta.

Lil Wayne's forthcoming memoir Gone 'Til November: A Journal of Rikers Island will offer a deeper look into the rapper's eight-month stint behind bars in 2010 on a gun case -- including his one-time gig as a wedding officiant.

In the 159-page memoir obtained by Billboard, the New Orleans rep writes about how he playfully pronounced two other inmates husband and husband in a makeshift, joke-y ceremony with tissue decorations, cookies and 13 bottles of Gatorade. "I got the Bible and I'm like, we gathered here today," he wrote. "We even had a reception, which everybody brought something for the couple." Wayne brought cookies since it was one of the inmates' favorites. 

For the fake nuptials' soundtrack, Wayne writes "everybody was running about that b-tch with headphones listening to the same station straight up jamming!"

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He adds, "The shit was too funny! Imagine seeing grown-ass men in jail hanging tissue for wedding decorations...AND one of them is Lil Wayne...Crazy!"

Gone 'Til November is due Oct. 11.