Upon further investigation, it was actually the basement. What remains unchanged is that Lil Wayne has at least a few more days of freedom due to a fire at the courthouse where he was to be sentenced. Firefighters speculate that the blaze, which filled the courtroom’s lobby area with smoke, started in a furnace boiler. Though Lil Wayne and his legal team had not yet arrived at the location, the courthouse was shut down for the remainder of the day and all jurors were sent home. No announcement has been made about whether the sentencing will be delayed or shifted to a new location. If you’re keeping score, this is one delay for dental surgery and one for structure fire. If things keep escalating, we’ll be up to Cloverfield-style monster attack in mid-April. [Rolling Stone]
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