Lil Wayne’s Miami Beach mansion was raided by police on Tuesday.

The cops were executing a judge’s order to enter Wayne’s home as part of a repossession stemming from unpaid debts.

Last month, Lil Wayne was sued by a private jet company for failing to maintain the $55,000-per-month lease on his Gulfstream II. A judge ruled that Mr. Carter would have to pay $2 million on late fees and court costs.

“To recover that cash, Signature Group asked [Miami-Dade County Judge Lisa] Walsh to authorize a “break order,” basically giving them permission to storm Wayne’s house — with or without permission — to obtain his assets,” Miami New Times reports.

The Signature Group initially had their request denied as the judge required proof that the Young Money rapper had property inside the $4 million home. The judge authorised the raid on Friday, once Signature Group obtained photographs proving that Wayne had assets inside the house, which is currently up for sale.

Lil Wayne announced the sequel to his 2009 mixtape No Ceilings earlier this week. [via Miami New Times]



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