Lil Wayne Listens To 'Slow Jams' In Jail

Lil Wayne and his daughter (right) chill courtside with rapper Birdman and another pink-clad pal in 2008.

Lil Wayne wrote fans another letter from jail, which was posted today (Sept. 28) on his blog site -- just a day after his 28th birthday. In the letter, Weezy thanks his family and fans for their support and updates his followers on what's been going on with him since his Aug. 16 letter.

"I'm still playing UNO. Still doing pushups and such, by the way, please don't expect me to come out looking any different. I'm the same little ol' me," Wayne says in the letter about his jailhouse past times. "Also, I've been trying to get as much rest as I can because I know I won't when I'm out of here."

Wayne also tells fans he's been listening to a lot of R&B at Rikers, adding that Eric Benet's "Sometimes I Cry" is one of his favorites (and, one my favorites, too.) "It's the best song I've heard since Maxwell's "Woman's Worth". It's for grown folk," he says. Does this mean we should expect a slow jam album from Weezy soon? You never know -- the man clearly gets inspiration from all genres of music, it seems, and isn't afraid to showcase that.

As usual, Weezy shouts out his kids and his Young Money/Cash Money fam, and plugs his "I Am Not A Human Being" album that dropped digitally yesterday.

Check out the full letter over at