Rapper Lil Wayne has plead guilty to a federal gun charge in a federal court and faces up to 10 years imprisonment, depending on what the judge sees fit.
This comes after Weezy confessed to having a fun on a private plane after the feds boarded the jet to speak to the passengers after an anonymous tip at the Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport on December 23, 2019.
According to police records, a gold-plated Remington 1911, .45-caliber handgun loaded with 6 rounds of ammunition was found. The feds also found a bag containing personal use amounts of cocaine, ecstasy, and oxycodone.
sentencing is scheduled for next month, however after agreeing to plead guilty, the government agreed to recommend a lighter sentence because he’s accepting responsibility.
In other news, Lil Wayne has reportedly sold his masters to Universal music group for the sum of $100 million back in June. This comes to light as his former manager Ronald Sweeney has sued Wayne for unpaid wages.
A part of the lawsuit states that “Wayne sold his masters to Universal Music Group for more than $100 million this past June. He is not asking for anything out of the deal but brings that up to prove that Wayne has the money to pay him.”