Lil Wayne can’t be happy about what went down at his house today.
Miami-Dade police raided the rapper’s mansion this afternoon, seizing some of Tunechi’s personal belongings to fulfill a $2 million bill to a private jet company.
Pieces from Wayne’s $30 million art collection, and several music plaques were removed from the La Gorce Island estate, TMZ reports. A judge ordered the raid Friday, two months after Wayne lost the multi-million lawsuit brought on by Signature Group.
The company presented photo proof that the $11 million mansion held valuables of Wayne’s before the “break order” allowing them to drop by without warning was approved. Authorities hit the house at 3 p.m. to serve a levy warrant and remove his property, according to the Miami News Times.
Wayne’s mansion is currently up for sale. It’s unclear if the 33-year-old New Orleans native was home when police arrived.