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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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Lil Wayne Discusses Time Spent In Prison, Sandy Hook Shootings & More On Jim Rome’s TV Show

In the video above, you can watch Lil Wayne‘s full interview with Jim Rome that took place on Jim‘s sports talk show a few days ago on Showtime. Weezy F Baby talked about his time locked up behind bars in Rikers Island back in 2010, Los Angeles Lakers, how he became a fan of the Green Bay Packers, Shaquille O’Neal’s rapping skills, the Lane Kiffin line he rapped on No Ceilings: “smoke weed, talk shit like Lane Kiffin”, problems with today’s NFL games, skateboarding, and more.

At the end of the interview, Tune also started to get a little bit emotional when making sure everyone knew that if there was anything he could ever change in his life, it would be going to jail for gun possession, and the horrible Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings that took place last week.

Click here to view some photos of Wayne on Jim Rome‘s show!


Lil Wayne Due For DNA Hearing In NYC Gun Case

Lil Wayne Due For DNA Hearing In NYC Gun Case

Lil Wayne has a date in a Manhattan courtroom, but DNA science will take center stage.

A hearing on a DNA profiling technique used in the rapper’s 2007 gun-possession case was due to start Wednesday. It concerns a process used for identifying people from tiny amounts of DNA — including some that prosecutors say ties the Grammy Award-winner to a gun found on his tour bus after a concert.

The 27-year-old has pleaded not guilty. He faces at least 3 1/2 years in prison if convicted.

The hearing aims to establish whether what’s known as low copy number DNA profiling has general scientific acceptance.

Via Yahoo