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Donald Trump Has Officially Pardoned Lil Wayne

Donald Trump Has Officially Pardoned Lil Wayne

The news we have all been waiting for! On the final day before he has to leave office, Donald Trump has pardoned Lil Wayne.

This means Wayne will not have to serve time behind bars after pleading guilty to a gun possession by a convicted felon charge at the end of 2020.

If you are not aware, Tunechi was caught illegally carrying a gold-plated .45-caliber Glock handgun in his luggage on his private jet on December 23rd, 2019.

I wonder if this pardon has anything to do with Weezy and the President of the United States of America’s “great meeting” about criminal reform and the Platinum Plan?

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Donald Trump Is Considering Pardoning Lil Wayne Before He Leaves Office

Donald Trump Is Considering Pardoning Lil Wayne Before He Leaves Office

According to The Wall Street Journal, one of the people on Donald Trump‘s consideration list to pardon before he leaves office on January 20th is Lil Wayne.

Administration officials have been discussing pardoning Wayne after he plead guilty to his gun possession by a convicted felon charge last month.

Back in October last year, Weezy had a “great meeting” with the President of the United States of America to discuss criminal reform and the Platinum Plan! Do you think Trump will pardon Tune?

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Lil Wayne’s Gun Charge Sentencing Has Been Pushed Back

Lil Wayne Gun Charge Sentencing Has Been Pushed Back

It looks like Lil Wayne will have to wait a couple of months before he is sentenced for illegally carrying a gun on his private jet at the end of 2019.

According to AllHipHop, Wayne‘s attorney Howard Srebnick has claimed the January 28th sentencing date given at the virtual court hearing just over a week ago was too ambitious.

The lawyer has been successful in submitting a new request to the United States District Court for the Southern District Of Florida asking for Tunechi‘s sentencing date to be pushed back to early March.

Tune could face up to 10-years behind bars for his gun possession by a convicted felon charge, but there is a possibility of a reduced sentence, due to him pleading guilty.

Even though there has not been a date confirmed by the judge as of right now, Howard has suggested that Weezy should be sentenced on the afternoon of either March 2nd, 4th, 9th, or the 11th. I will update this post when the date gets confirmed! The new sentence date is March 4th!

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Lil Wayne Pleads Guilty To Federal Firearm Charge; Faces Up To 10 Years In Prison

Lil Wayne Pleads Guilty To Federal Firearm Charge - Faces Up To 10 Years In Prison

After finding out last month Lil Wayne had been charged for carrying a gold-plated .45-caliber Glock handgun in his luggage on his private jet that he claimed was a Father’s Day gift on December 23rd, 2019, Wayne had his first court appearance yesterday.

Tunechi pleaded guilty to the gun possession by a convicted felon charge by telling the judge over a virtual hearing in a Miami federal court: “Your honor, I plead guilty”.

The sentencing for Weezy is scheduled for next month on January 28th, 2021 and unfortunately, he faces up to 10 years in prison, due to having a previous gun charge from over 10 years ago. However, the punishment may not be as harsh as that after taking responsibility!

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Lil Wayne Charged With Gun Possession, Faces A 10-Year Sentence If Convicted

Lil Wayne Charged With Gun Possession, Faces A 10 Year Sentence If Convicted

Bad news! Remember at the end of 2019 when Lil Wayne got caught with a gold-plated pistol in his luggage on board a private jet that he said was a Father’s Day gift?

Well according to TMZ, Tunechi has just been charged by the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District Of Florida for gun possession and ammunition by a convicted felon.

Wayne could face serious prison time if he gets convicted; up to 10 years. He is scheduled to appear in court next month. You can read what Weezy‘s attorney, Howard Srebnick, had to say below:

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