In a recent interview with, imprisoned rapper Max B spoke about his upcoming autobiography "The Wavy Baby," and also commented on his mixed feelings about the support he's received since getting locked up. Biggaveli feels like he has plenty of rallying troops on the outside, but not enough people are taking action.

"There's a lot of free Max B, free this, free that," said Biggavel. "The support that I'm looking for, it don't really seem how I want it to be. I got people that's supporting, but I need that real support."

On his book, Max said, "I want the book out, hopefully I can get it out by next year sometime and get it under a nice publishing company like G-Unit or Cash Money. Everyone can get something out of this thing and we can support the cause of me getting up out of here."

Check out the interview above.