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The ruling which excludes Wyclef Jean from the presidential race reportedly is final and cannot be appealed.
After learning that the Haitian government commission in charge of the election rejects his candidacy, the star vows, 'I will be seeking a solution through legal channels.'
'The list for the candidates came out and Wyclef's name was not on it. That is not true,' so The Fugees star told Larry King.
An unnamed official said the singer who proposed his candidacy earlier this month is not qualified to be in the run.
'I'd rather die trying to achieve something than die doing nothing,' the former Fugees star says, refusing to let the danger stop him from campaigning.
Jean, who has filed for Haiti presidential contender, responds to Penn's suspicion of his motive, saying 'I would like to tell Sean Penn I do not act on emotions when it comes to the Haitian people.'
Few weeks before he entered the campaign to become the leader of Haitians, the musician was presented with $2.1 million tax bill.
If he is elected as the next president of Haiti, The Fugees star wants to encourage people to use English as a third language.
Although he has resigned as the head of the aid charity, the rapper claims he will continue supporting the rebuilding of his native country post the earthquake in January.
The Haitian-born hip-hop star has filed for Haiti presidential contender, telling his supporters 'United States has Obama and Haiti has Wyclef Jean.'
Although he has in the past denied he would like to step in as a ruler, the singer reportedly has filled out necessary paperworks that will allow him to run for election.