In an exclusive interview with TMZ, Wyclef Jean shared an update on fellow artist Pras, who recently faced a conviction for criminal conspiracy. Wyclef assured that Pras is doing well and in good spirits since their last conversation in May following the guilty verdict.
Wyclef, appearing lively and energetic, debunked retirement rumors and expressed his own positive state of mind. However, when asked about the possibility of a feature film based on the legendary hip hop trio Fugees, Wyclef explained that the story of the Fugees is still unfolding in real time, making it too early to encapsulate their journey in a single movie.
While Wyclef, Pras, and Lauryn Hill delighted fans with a reunion at this year’s Roots Picnic, their last collaborative album remains 1996’s Diamond-selling blockbuster “The Score.” Audiences have been eager to learn about the events that transpired between then and now, but Wyclef hinted that there is more to come, suggesting that the Fugees’ story is far from complete.
As fans eagerly await further developments from the Fugees, Wyclef’s positive outlook and commitment to the ongoing narrative of the group leave the door open for exciting possibilities in the future.
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