As Lil Wayne gets ready to trade in his baller lifestyle for a jail cell, he's liquidating his Miami real estate portfolio. He's put his four-bedroom condo in the Murano Grande on South Beach up for sale for $2.8 million, according to AllHipHop.com.
This isn't the same apartment Weezy was renting that the landlords apparently had trouble selling because it reeked of reefer. DJ Tim Westwood asked the rapper about those rumors in an interview last week.
"We're not having trouble selling it, but all the other stuff is true," Wayne said. "The people that are coming to look at it like that more about it. That's like waking in Bob Marley's crib and you still smelling weed and his bed still messed up, and food still on the table. They're like, 'Leave all that shit. I want to buy all that shit.'"
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Wayne pleaded guilty to attempted criminal possession of a weapon late last year. Sentencing was set for earlier this month but was pushed back to March 2 so he could get dental surgery. He's expected to serve a one-year term at Riker's Island.
The entire Cash Money crew, which relocated to Miami from New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina, is heading to New York. Label founder Birdman plans on visiting Wayne -- his "son" -- once a week.
In the meantime, Wayne has been hard at work in Miami, shooting nearly a dozen videos in front of a green screen to promote his recent album Rebirth and upcoming disc Tha Carter IV.