Miami-Dade police raided Lil Wayne's mansion yesterday (November 3) and seized a chunk of his belongings on orders stemming from a civil case involving him and private jet company Signature Group.
The company claims Wayne neglected to pay them $2 million dollars, not including $200,000 in legal fees. This comes two months after the rapper lost a multi-million lawsuit brought on by the company.
It is still unclear whether Tunechi was in the house at the time of the raid which occurred at 3:00 p.m., according to the Miami News Times.
Pieces from Wayne’s $30 million art collection, and several music plaques were reportedly removed from his home.
SG's initial request for the raid was denied because the judge said they hadn't proved he had property inside the $11 million home, which is currently up for sale. But after obtaining photos proving Wayne did have assets inside the mansion, a judge signed a new order on Friday to authorize the break-in.