Back in mid-September we told you about Lil Wayne losing a lengthy legal case against a leasing company. According to the report, Tunechi was ordered by a judge to pay $2 million to Signature Group – a company which leases private jets to celebrities – but as you are about to figure out, he obviously didn’t transfer the money. He previously stated he doesn’t agree with the decision, because he claims he had never signed a deal with the company in the first place. According to TMZ, Weezy’s Miami beach house got raided by police yesterday and the reason for the unexpected visit is the above-mentioned ruling. Civil processing units arrived at the residence after receiving a judge’s order to seize assets and even to break locks on the house if necessary in order to gain entry and confiscate property. Billboard adds that helicopters from WSVN News and Local 10 reported seeing items, including wrapped artwork, loaded from the house into a large truck. In another report, TMZ reports Miami-Dade County Sheriff’s deputies brought along an expert who valued the items inside the house so they could figure out what to seize. The same person reportedly stated the artist has $30 million worth of art in the mansion.
Wayne addressed the raid on Twitter where he wrote: “It’s days like 2day dat make me ? everything,even myself But I guess dis is da thx I get. Sum times it’s tough 2b tough & even tougher 2b me,” and, “I ain’t s*** but my mother, my kids & their mothers r EVERYTHING & dat I know, so on the days ? everything, I use dat as the answer 2 it all.” Unfortunately, the very same ruling recently led to more issues for the rapper. Even though he lost the case, he still owes a small fortune to his attorneys and they are reportedly coming after him.