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UPDATE:

WSVN Miami is reporting that there was no shooting at Lil’ Wayne’s mansion. The rapper was a victim of a prank which is sometimes referred to as “swatting”. It’s when someone calls in a fake emergency call, to typically, a celebrity’s home which then prompts a huge police response.

Rapper Lil’ Wayne is safe after four people were allegedly shot at his Miami Beach mansion early Wednesday afternoon according to various reports.

According to TMZ, police arrived to Wayne’s mansion after someone called 911 to report the shooting. According to the gossip site, Miami PD “raced” to the house to set up a perimeter of the estate.

Lil’ Wayne was not at home during the alleged event. His record label tweeted an update, writing:

According to WSVN Miami, the SWAT team is searching the rapper’s 15,000 sq ft home to confirm if there was an actual shooting.

This is a developing story.

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4 thoughts on “UPDATE: No Shooting at Lil’ Wayne’s Mansion, Victim of a Prank

  1. Overall,it’s way to late.The new world order media has done a great job on the mentalies of large number’s of black’s who are unable to tell the difference between fiction and real life.

  2. Loyce on said:

    What could one or two people do with 15,000 sq feet? Seems like a lot to clean up or keep clean and more expense than what it is worth. If I could not hear from one point to another in my home, I would be concerned! Nice to be able to afford but I would bank that excess and downsize, the pocket will feel better 20 years from now. Glad to know it was a hoax!

    • rbanks4…….

      I have repeated again and again. Do not believe everything the media reports. People often take the media’s word as gospel regardless if it is true or not. Most of the celebrity news that are reported is false or misleading. Simple put, do not pass judgement before hearing the facts.

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