Lil Wayne Solitary Confinement Over MP3 Player

Rapper was busted for contraband in May that included a pair of headphones and an MP3 player.

Rapper Lil Wayne solitary confinement over MP3 player. Lil Wayne was busted back in May with headphones and a charger for an MP3 player while in jail. On Monday, he was transferred to solitary confinement, where he will spend the remaining month of his sentence as punishment for having these devices.

Lil Wayne, also known as Dwayne Carter Jr., hid the contraband in a bag of potato chips in the trash can that was in his cell. In addition, a watch that acted as an MP3 player was found in the possession of another inmate who was in the same wing. Lil Wayne is expected to be released from Rikers Island jail complex on November 4, 2010.

The Grammy Award-winning rapper will most likely be confined to his new cell 23 hours a day. The exceptions to this will be when he has visits and showers. He will no longer be allowed to mingle with other inmates.

In October of 2009, he pled guilty to attempted criminal possession of a weapon. In April 2010, Lil Wayne’s friends created a website called Weezy Thanx You, which publishes letters written by Wayne in prison. In the first letter, titled “Gone ’til November”, the rapper described his daily routine, saying he works out a lot, and reads the Bible every day.


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