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Lil Wayne is currently in trouble after police find guns and drugs on his private jet.
Reports indicate that drugs and firearms were found on Lil Wayne’s private jet in Miami. [Instagram / LilWayne]
Reports indicate that drugs and firearms were found on Lil Wayne’s private jet in Miami.
PageSix reports FBI and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agents boarded the plane at Miami-Opa Locka executive airport after obtaining a search warrant federal, reported the Miami Herald.
According to them, they had learned that Lil Wayne’s private jet was used to transport ammunition, which got them alert.
When they searched the plane, officers found cocaine, opioids, and guns, the Herald reported, citing police sources.
Sources say it is not clear if Lil Wayne was arrested but he has already informed his lawyers who were already on their way to the scene of the incident.
Lil Wayne’s last problems come weeks after the rapper, Juice Wrld, died after a similar incident at the airport.
The reporter says that the singer had swallowed a bunch of painkillers in order to hide them from the authorities who were about to search the plane after landing in Chicago.
The report said the pilot of the private plane had informed authorities that Juice Wrld and his crew had firearms on the plane. This prompted the FBI and the FAA to wait for the plane to land.
Juice is said to have been seized at Chicago Midway Airport on Sunday December 8, 2019, after arriving at the airport on a flight from California. According to reports, the 21-year-old rapper suffered a crisis while crossing the airport.
Police sources said he was already bleeding from the mouth when the paramedics arrived. It has been reported that the rapper, whose real name Jarad Anthony Higgins, was still conscious when he was taken to the hospital but was pronounced dead soon after.
Juice, who has worked with people like Nicki Minaj and Travis Scott, celebrated his 21st birthday on Monday December 2, 2019. [Instagram / JuiceWrld]