“I'm pissed off,” Santana said on Thursday morning. Coincidentally, he was in Wayne's hometown of New Orleans filming his first movie, “Video Girl,” with Meagan Good. “They totally violated my man. I been trying to call my man all morning. I'm offended! I'm offended, for one, that it happened in New York City. That was some bullsh–. I don't know the situation as far as what happened on the bus, but at the end of the day, Weezy shouldn't be going to jail for nothing right now.”
Santana said he feels that Wayne was unfairly targeted by police, like many of his peers.
“Even as rappers, we out here on defense,” he added. “We ain't out here hurting nobody. We go to shows picking up 50, 60, probably hundreds of thousands of dollars. Cash money! At the end of the day, you on the bus with however many people was there, how do the officers assume that it's Lil Wayne's gun?