Aside from failed conjugal visits and performing gay marriages, Lil Wayne had one very important responsibility during his 8-month stint at Rikers Island.

In his new memoir, “Gone ‘Til November: A Journal of Rikers Island,” the embattled Cash Money rapper revealed he worked as a suicide prevention aide during his incarceration.

The job is basically to monitor the top tier [of the jail] for an eight-hour shift and if someone wants to hang up (meaning to kill themselves), to not negotiate with them or try to talk to them out of it, but just to alert and officer.

You get paid $50 if you stop the person from actually hanging themselves and $25 if you find them hung up.

Yeah, it’s that real.

Weezy says his time on the job was short as he had to focus on his own well-being.

Scoop Lil Wayne’s memoir below.