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Nel Ust Wyclef Jean (Haitian Creole pronunciation: [wajklɛf ʒã], English: /ˈwaɪklɛf ˈʒɑːn/; born October 17, 1969) is a Haitian musician, record producer and politician. At age nine, Jean moved to the United States with his family and has spent much of his life in the country. He first received fame as a member of the acclaimed New Jersey hip hop group, The Fugees.
March 21, 2011
Wyclef Jean has admitted that he has no idea who shot him in the hand in Haiti over the weekend. The singer was shot in the hand on Saturday night (March 19) whilst out in the Haitian city of Delmas. Read more
March 21, 2011
Wyclef Jean has been released from hospital after receiving treatment for a gunshot wound in Haiti. The former Fugees singer was shot in the hand last night (March 19) in Delmas, Haiti, reports Billboard. Read more
January 13, 2011
Wyclef Jean has begun speaking to his Fugees' bandmates after five years. The singer, who had not spoken to former Fugees bandmates Pras Michael and Lauryn Hill since they split in 2005, mended old wounds on a recent flight. Read more
December 6, 2010
Wyclef Jean has spoken about his failed presidential bid in Haiti and said welcomed like The Beatles in the country. The rapper, who lived in Haiti until he was nine, attempted to run for president after country suffered a devastating earthquake earlier this year. Read more
November 25, 2010
Wyclef Jean is facing a 1.5 million lawsuit for allegations that he plagiarised a song by 90s rap group Blahzay Blahzay. Jean is claimed to have approached the group for permission to sample their 1996 song 'Danger' on his 2007 album 'Carnival'. Read more
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