He’s no stranger to controversy and Lil Wayne is on the receiving end of some new legal drama that involves a man who used to drive his bus.
According to TMZ, Mark Jones is suing the “Mrs. Officer” rapper for false imprisonment, assault and emotional distress stemming from an incident that occurred last summer while driving Wayne and his crew to Buffalo, New York.
Yesterday (March 11) the GossipCenter reported that police were called to the Miami Beach residence of Lil Wayne following an anonymous call, and it turned out to be nothing more than the latest celebrity swatting attempt.
The “Mrs. Officer” rapper actually wasn’t home at the time, though the caller claimed that four people had been shot and that the shooter was looking to engage the cops in a firefight.
Trouble seems to follow him wherever he goes, and Lil Wayne's latest drama involves four people getting shot at his Miami home.
According to TMZ, the cops were called to the “Mrs. Officer” rapper’s residence in Miami Beach after someone called in the multiple gunshot wounds and also noted that they intended to start a firefight with the police.
Giving her fans a sweet treat for the weekend, Nicki Minaj just unveiled her music video for the controversial track “Only.” Last night (December 11) the “Super Bass” babe took to her social media accounts to let everyone know that the clip was on its way.
Nicki tweeted, “‘ONLY’ VIDEO DROPPIN TONIGHT!!!!! 3am EST on VEVO MIDNIGHT PST :).” An excited fan from Australia (where Minaj’s Pinkprint Album just dropped) wrote back, “@NICKIMINAJ OMFG THIS IS TOO MUCH THE PINKPRINT & ONLY VIDEO ALL IN ONE DAY. #TheCryingGame literally!!! Thank u so much!!!!”
It’s no secret that celebrities take a beating on Twitter at the hands of merciless naysayers, and “Jimmy Kimmel Live” debuted a special ‘music edition’ of the crowd favorite “Mean Tweets” segment last night (October 9).
Selena Gomez shared some unkind words she’s received- “I hate when people ask me why I hate @selenagomez. Like, I just do.”