The No Limit Soldiers have released a statement this week claiming responsibility for the arrest of Lil Wayne on Monday. In a release posted on their website and faxed to major news outlets, Silkk the Shocker is quoted as saying, “Judging by the cover art of Lil Wayne’s mixtapes this month Master] P, [C-] Murder, and I agreed that the title we have long held as the originators of the finest album covers in the industry was in jeopardy. While few will disagree that Snoop Dogg’s [Da Game Is To Be Sold, Not To Be Told is his cover-art opus and Master P’s MP Da Last Don is still the industry standard in holographic cover images, Lil Wayne has clearly made a move to end our dominance. Therefore, we were given no choice but to plant half a pound of marijuana and a .40-caliber Springfield Armory semiautomatic weapon on his tour bus while he was touring in New York City.”
Lil Wayne could not be reached for a response, as immediately after paying his $70,000 bail (supposedly by making it rain on the local judge whom he claimed was a “hater”), he rushed to the studio to record a series of spoken interludes about the event for the upcoming “There Was Never A Drought That Was Never Over 4 (Presented By DJ Whiteowl)” and scour eBay for bootleg copies of The Wonder Years, as his current analogy about Trina being his Winnie Cooper and Curren$y his Paul Pfeiffer needed some refinement.
Lil Wayne’s lawyer, Stacey Richman, however, was quoted as saying,
“Snitches snitches snitches
Y'all be running they mouth just like bitches (bitches)”
Lil Wayne’s court date is scheduled for Friday, July 27. He faces up to three-and-a-half years in jail.