He's home September 29.
This is preposterous.
Brick Squad has just taken a severe hit.
He's the first.
A near fortnight.
For a whole year, this time.
Happy trails, Ja Rule.
Pay your taxes, people.
“We still have prayers out there, Larry. We still believe in miracles. Don't send me up the river just yet.”
"This experience is truly a pain I have never felt before and that's saying a lot for a nigga who's been down locked up as many times as I have."
"If I never went to prison, never did drugs, never f'ed up again, did everything right and never made great music would you even care enough to comment on T.I.?"
Will Lil Wayne's first post-prison album be any good? Let's go to the history books.
'No Mercy,' December 7.
"Driving on the wrong side of the road, running a red light or stop sign, damage to government property, obstruction, no license, no proof of insurance."
He's officially back in the big house.
Says Wayne: "I was never scared, worried, nor bothered by the situation."
Another corrections officer was caught trying to hang with Weezy.
Well, that's good, at least.
The rapper missed a prison-release party because he was still under home confinement.
The Roc-a-Fella co-founder was taken in on drug charges.
More proof of the American legal system's favoritism toward beautiful celebrities.
Police say they smelled marijuana coming from his car in Hollywood last night.