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Max B is working hard from behind bars to keep his name ringing in the streets while working on a pardon. Biggaveli, real name Charly Wingate, is currently serving a 75-year sentence in a New Jersey prison for his alleged role in a deadly 2006 robbery at a Fort Lee, NJ hotel.
The Harlem rapper has received public shout outs from hip hop titans Jay-Z and Drake as well artists like Gudda Gudda. He recently talked with Mike T The Movie Star about Hov and Drizzy, plus his upcoming autobiography titled "Wavy Baby."
"I'm gonna start pushing the project, the Wavy Baby autobiography and it's gonna be real wavy," Max said. "It's a lot of nice little stories in there. Trials and tribulations, my upbringing, how I got started into the music, my personal life. It's a good read. It's a positive read. It's just me in the raw form."
Max is hoping Cash Money or G-Unit Publishing will pick up the project.
"I'mma shop it to a few of them publishing companies. Let's see what happens. If they wanna do a good book and not just a hood novel they'll get on board with this Wavy Baby project," the Boss Don said. "All I see is numbers. It's a good investment for those who got publishing companies. It's a good look and it's all for the cause. Hopefully I can try to get it out by next year sometime. Hopefully get it to a nice publishing company - G-Unit or Cash Money."
In July Drake held up a flag that read "Free Max B" at a concert. Jay-Z mentions him on the song "3 Kings." Max said he appreciates their support.
"Shout out to Jay-Z. I always respected Jay-Z. I always loved Jay-Z's music. Same with Drake - I respect Drake. I love Drake's music. And I appreciate it because them guys ain't even gotta do that."
Max is trying to get 4 million signatures on a petition hoping to get a pardon from President Obama. If you're interested in signing it head over to pardonthewave.com.
Follow Max B on Twitter @MaxBiggavelli
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