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Monday, November 8, 2010

Lil Wayne parties after prison release

Superstar rapper Lil Wayne came out of prison on Thursday after spending eight months in New York’s Rikers Island jail. He later flew to Arizona to finalize his probation awarded in another case. He was also spotted briefly at New Orleans and Las Vegas during the weekend.

Now the rapper is back in Miami, his home state, where a welcome home party was scheduled for Sunday night.

Lil Wayne had planned a private dinner along with his associates from Cash Money, together with label heads Bryan 'Baby' Williams and Ronald 'slim' Williams.

Its party time
Reportedly he partied all night long at with friends. These included Drake, Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, Cool & Dre, Fat Joe.

It is hoped that Wayne did not drink as the provisions of an earlier probation granted in the 2008 Arizona drug case prohibit Wayne from consuming alcohol for three years.

“It should be lot of beautiful women, just .....beautiful scenery. Just treat him like a king. Like the royalty that he is, and make him feel like we really missed him, and welcome him back to the family.”-- Young Money President Mack Mayne

Confessed to charges of attempted gun possession
Lil Wayne was sentenced by the court on the charges of an attempted gun possession originating from an incident in New York in 2007.

In March this year, the super star turned himself up after a series of delays which included an incident of fire at the court house.

The enthralling lyricist has maintained a low profile since his release from prison. He has only attended an NBA game with his friends and performed one song with Drake during the last tour stop of the Young Money star.

Before the party the Young Money President Mack Mayne told the media that the party is going to be elegant and extravagant, really wild.

“It should be lot of beautiful women, just .....beautiful scenery. Just treat him like a king. Like the royalty that he is, and make him feel like we really missed him, and welcome him back to the family,” he added.


(source:themoneytimes.com)

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