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Lil Wayne Detained by DEA Agents at Opa-Locka Airport

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Part-time Miami resident Lil Wayne didn't exactly get the warmest homecoming when he flew into Opa-locka Airport earlier this week. According to MTV, the rapper was detained by Drug Enforcement Agency agents as his plane was searched.

The agents searched both Wayne's person and plane for drugs, firearms and other contraband, but Lil Wanye has been in good-boy mode lately and the DEA agents came up empty handed.

The rapper is currently on felony probation after spending the better part of last year locked up in Rikers Island prison after being found guilty of firearm-related charges. No word on why Wayne's plane was searched other than it being a condition of the probation.

Wayne will be doing a lot of traveling in a few weeks as he sets out on his I Am Music II Tour with Nicki Minaj and Rick Ross. Let's hope his plane and person remain clean in anticipation of any other impromptu DEA searches.

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Most accidents on-board aeroplanes are subject to different rules however and the time limit is restricted to two years in the majority of cases. You should always seek advice from a personal injury lawyer with experience in airline accident claims

Rico S
Rico S

Opa Locka has an airport? LOL

Melody
Melody

they always tyring to mess with a black man. did they even have a search warrant? well as they see it they dont have to have one to search your shit. keep your head up lil wayne 6 foot 7 foot

Chochokila
Chochokila

shouldnt they be at the ports watching for new drugs coming into the country.

Leo T
Leo T

Can't believe they mess that up. This what happens when you let the whole world know your heavy drug use. Expect to get check heavily.

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