Lil Wayne had his Miami home raided by police on Wednesday (Nov. 3). While it was an embarrassing situation, Weezy went on Twitter Thursday (Nov. 4) to express his feelings after authorities stormed through his house and confiscated his prized possessions.

In his tweets, the 33-year-old rhymer reflected on the situation and expressed gratitude for his immediate family. He wrote:

As we previously reported, Miami-Dade police went into Wayne's home to serve a levy warrant in a civil case. The rapper's property was seized in lieu of a $2 million judgment owed to a private jet company, Signature Group. Apparently, Weezy stopped paying the company a $55,000-a-month lease on his Gulfstream II jet.

According to reports, among the items police removed from the home included his art collection, which is reportedly worth $30 million. In addition, some football memorabilia was taken and a few recording plaques.

In the end, it seems that Lil Wayne isn't worried about the expensive memorabilia being confiscated from his home. For him, his most valuable treasure is his family -- they are priceless.

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