Poor Lil Wayne!
In a newly penned tell-all book the rapper is shopping around, he reportedly opens up about a painful incident between his ex-girlfriend and Drake.
[ Watch: Lil Wayne Shall Throws A Mic & Storms Off Stage! ]
According to the 32-year-old, while he was in prison serving time for gun possession, Drake dropped a truth bomb that nearly destroyed their relationship — he and Wayne's girlfriend had once been intimate.
The New Orleans native revealed that his collaborator simply admitted:
It's a walk off!
Lil Wayne stormed offstage during a concert at Nova Southeastern University on Thursday after the DJ played the wrong track.
[ Related: Lil Wayne Miami Mansion: Authorities Give The 'All Clear' ]
Not only did the very shirtless Wayne exit the stage, he even threw a mic at the DJ's stand.
Apparently, the errant disc jockey played the O.T. Genasis' version of the song Coco, and not Weezy's remix.
At one point in the footage that you HAVE to see, the rapper asks a very polite, non-confrontational question:
Well, we are so relieved that no one was hurt.
It's official. After performing a sweep through Lil Wayne's mansion, police have given the "all clear," and have broken down their perimeter.
We reported earlier how authorities had received a phone call from a man who claimed to have shot four people in the rapper's home, but after going from room-to-room through Lil Wayne's house, police have confirmed that it was a prank.
What a waste of the services of Miami's finest.
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We reported earlier how authorities had received a phone call from a male caller who claimed that he allegedly shot four people at Lil Wayne's Miami mansion.
However, authorities have currently found no indication of shots fired, and S.W.A.T. has entered his home.
In addition, according to TMZ, police may believe this is an example of "swatting" — an act where someone prank calls the authorities.
We'll keep you posted as more information comes to light…
[Image via WENN.]
UPDATE 11:00 AM PT: Young Money just confirmed via Twitter that Lil Wayne is safe, and not at home:
In addition, Lil Wayne's Facebook confirmed that as well.
This is SO scary!!
It's a good thing Lil Wayne wasn't at his home in Miami, Florida when this scary incident occurred — that would've made everything worse!
On Wednesday afternoon, the police were called to Weezy's Miami Beach mansion after someone called saying they intended to start a firefight with authorities.
Shortly after the call ended, shots were reportedly fired and now more police officers are on their way to the rapper's home on La Gorce Island.
They have started securing