For the second day, Manhattan Criminal Court is closed thanks to the fire that occurred in the basement yesterday.
This means that Lil Wayne gets a few more days of freedom on the street. He probably needs it after last night’s appearance at Jay-Z’s concert at Madison Square Garden.
Lil Wayne will now be sentenced on Monday, March 8th.
Stacey Richman, a lawyer for Lil Wayne, told the New York Times that the delay “makes no difference at all” to her client.
Richman said Weezy was prepared to serve his eight-month sentence at Rikers Island.
“He’s never missed a court date,” she said. “You can’t get more responsible. That’s why he’s a successful entertainer: He’s bookable — and not in the criminal sense.”
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