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Wednesday, November 04, 2015

Police raid Rapper Lil Wayne Miami mansion

According to reports, Miami-Dade County Sheriff's deputies raided Wayne's Miami Beach mansion on Tuesday.
They had a warrant which allowed them to seize his property to satisfy a $2 million judgment Wayne owes to a private jet company.

There was no one in the house when the raid took place. Wayne has $30 million worth of art in the mansion and cops took some of the pieces.


  1. Eyah. He has 30m worth of art and he's owing 2m dollars... smh

  2. Selfiah dude... dats stealing!


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