Lil Wayne Spent Christmas in a Beat Up Ol' Camry Doing God Knows What

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Men looking to keep warm over the holidays with some quality tail they picked up on South Beach know their car game better be on point. Ho, ho, hoes only ride in those luxury import sleds. Women, well their trunk can be junky as long as they have junk in the preferred trunk. Take Lil Wayne's most recent stocking stuffing for example. She apparently picked up the recently freed rapper after Christmas dinner at the Setai and drove him home in her beat up ol' Toyota Camry.

Yep, Lil' Wayne, a man who can pack more zinger into a line of verse than I can in this entire post (and better quality too), apparently got himself a nice Christmas present.

Reports Page Six:

A free bird just in time for Christmas, ex-Rikers convict Lil Wayne is chasing love over the holidays. The recently released rapper was spotted wearing a Michael Jackson-esque bandana over his mouth while with a pretty young woman outside The Setai residences in Miami. He was so smitten, he even got into her less flashy set of wheels. "He hopped into her beat-up silver Toyota Camry and had his chaffeured Rolls-Royce follow," our spy said.

Are Christmas hook-ups considered classy? The guy spent the better part of the last year in jail, so who can blame him?

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