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Police raid Lil Wayne’s Miami mansion

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Miami-Dade Police paid a visit to Young Money boss Lil Wayne’s mansion on Nov. 3, and it wasn’t a friendly visit.


Around 5:45 p.m. local time, cops made good on a warrant issued to seize valuable items from the “Believe Me” rapper’s property after his failure to pay a debt of $2 million that he owed to private jet company Signature Group


According to the Huffington Post, Weezy defaulted on a deal to lease his Gulf Stream II private plane for $55,000 a month. Signature Group had previously requested that some of his possessions be repossessed to satisfy the debt but that request was denied because the company was unable to prove that he had assets totaling that amount inside his home.

Lucky for Signature Group, the multimillion dollar waterfront property is currently on the market and a visiting real estate agent was able to confirm that there were indeed items in the home that would satisfy the debt owed. Soon thereafter, Miami-Dade County Judge Lisa Walsh signed off on the raid after Signature Group provided pictures of specific valuables confirmed to be in the house.


Judge Walsh’s raid order read in part that deputies were allowed “to break the locks of the house and doors if necessary to gain entry and confiscate seizable assets.”

Lil Wayne has yet to issue a statement on the matter.

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