Lil Wayne’s Sentencing Moved to Monday
Lil Wayne has been given a few more morsels of freedom as his sentencing has been rescheduled, for the third time, to Monday (March 8). Pending the occurrence of another courthouse fire or dental emergency, the 27-year-old will make his way to the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse next week to turn himself in. He will then begin his one-year sentence for attempted criminal weapons possession.
Wayne was informed of the fire en route to the courthouse Tuesday (March 2) while shooting his documentary series 'Road to Rikers' for MTV. The blaze broke out in the morning prompting officials to close the building for the rest of the day due to excessive smoke. The judge decided to move Wayne's court date in lieu of repairs being made on the courthouse. Not missing a beat, the New Orleans native popped up at Jay-Z's 'Blueprint 3' tour stop last night at New York City's famed Madison Square Garden for a quick performance. In preparation for his departure Weezy took to his Twitter page to drop some thoughts on being locked up. "They kant lok up my heart bekuz ya'll already have it on lok. thank u." Only time will tell if Wayne ever actually begins his sentence or if he can buy himself some more time.