The Reverend Al Sharpton and Cash Money agree to a book deal for Sharpton's "The Rejected Stone."
Many were shocked when Birdman signed singer Paris Hilton to a recording deal. Don't look now, but one may be even more surprised about the move Cash Money just made.
Music isn't the only aspect of the YMCMB empire, the major record label has now agreed to a book deal with civil rights activist and television host Reverend Al Sharpton.
Sharpton told The Associated Press on Thursday that the book, titled The Reject Stone, would include his thoughts on Lil Wayne and other rappers and that he was anxious to have a positive dialogue.
Ironically, Wayne and Sharpton have had disagreements over the years including one over the use of the b-word and n-word in the rap lyrics. Weezy would later refer to Rev. Sharpton as Don King with a perm.
The Reject Stone is due out on October 8 and will track Sharpton’s progress from “personal evolution” to New York street activist to political candidate, civil rights spokesman and television host.