Lil Wayne Just Pleaded Guilty To Gun Charges
It’s been just revealed by The Shade Room and more online publications that Lil Wayne just pleaded to a gun charge, in Federal Court, this Friday.
‘Your honour, I plead guilty,” the 38-year-old rapper told U.S. District Judge Kathleen Williams during a virtual hearing in Miami federal court,’ the Miami Herald Reported.
If you recall, last year Lil Wayne’s jet was searched by authorities and they found the discriminatory evidence.
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Someone said: ‘They really trying to lock up all the rappers right before Christmas 🤦🏽♀️’ and a commenter posted this message: ‘It’s too late in the game to be going to prison.’
A follower said: ‘Let’s see if they consider him black since he only considers himself rich 😂.’
Someone else said: ‘Same day that he sold his master for 100 million. Damn, he must be prepared to go in 😭🙏🏾😔’ and a follower said: ‘Funny however since he went to Trump his life been going down to sh*t.’
A follower said: ‘Notice how this all started happening after he endorses Trump?’
A commenter posted this message: ‘Lil Wayne has sold over 120 million records worldwide, including more than 15 million albums and 37 million digital tracks in the United States, making him one of the world’s best-selling music artists. Should’ve sold it for way more. But I have a conspiracy theory about this. He’s facing 10 years by the feds That’s why he took that picture with Trump trying to get him to help him not go to prison. But if he does go to prison he’ll have money left behind for his family.’
Someone else said: ‘Y’all need to be careful with these headers thought he was dead whew.’
A follower wrote: ‘All these rappers dying or getting locked up YALL finna be listening to me next!😂’
Lil Wayne made headlines not too long ago, in relation to his daughter, as you probably know by now, Reginae has her 22nd anniversary during the past weekend and her party was a blast.
She’s been flooding her social media account with all kinds of pics and clips from the massive celebration.