Klarreich, Kathie
December 2006
Time;12/4/2006, Vol. 168 Issue 23, p129
This article presents an interview with rapper Wyclef Jean. He is asked why he began his charity, the Yéle Haiti Foundation and what is the most difficult part of his work in Haiti. Jean is asked if he is an American citizen. The rapper is questioned as to why he cut his dredlocks and whether his mother attends his concerts.


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