The New York Daily News caught up with Wyclef Jean at the Children Uniting Nations benefit, and asked him about Haiti’s President Jean-Bertrand Aristide claims that the Bush administration forced him from Jean’s homeland. Aristide had to go because “there was a certain amount of time that something should happen and absolutely nothing happened,” Wyclef reasoned. “Right now I’m as blind as anyone in Haiti about the future. It’s too dangerous for me to go back right now. But, as soon as possible, I’ll be there. I’d like to do a relief concert.”
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