Lil Wayne Has $30 Million Worth of Art Seized From Miami Home

Weezy owed a lot of money, but he's not even close to bankruptcy. So why didn't he pay off his debt? Because he's Lil Wayne...
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Weezy owed a lot of money, but he's not even close to bankruptcy. So why didn't he pay off his debt? Because he's Lil Wayne...

If you lease a jet you should probably make sure you can pay the bill. Lil Wayne had an outstanding debt, so the company decided to take action and showed up to his Miami mansion with a truck to seize some of his assets.

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Back in September, the New York Daily News reported that Lil Wayne, real name Dwayne Carter, lost a law suit brought on by Signature Group for not paying his $55,000 a month lease for a Gulfstream II jet. As if that wasn't enough, he went on to not pay the settlement and in doing so, brought on more legal action than was originally necessary. 

On October 30th, Signature Group received a court order that allowed them to obtain the help from local authorities and confiscate assets from Lil Wayn'es mansion. An evaluator was also present to determine which items would be appropriate to seize.

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The mansion that Signature Group and authorities rolled up to was Lil Wayne's $11 million mansion in Miami. They would go on to pack $30 million worth of art into a truck in order to settle what was originally a $2 million debt.

Some people just don't like cooperating with authority and Lil Wayne is clearly one of those people. He is estimated to be worth around $150 million.

[via Artnet News]