Lil Wayne Responds To Losing Documentary Lawsuit
Lil Wayne is a sore loser, which makes sense because he has to pay the man he sued, over $2 million.
Weezy lost his lawsuit against producer Quincy Jones III over his depiction in the documentary The Carter, and he's not exactly elated about the outcome.
Sources close to the folks over at TMZ revealed that Young Money's fearless leader thinks he lost the case because jurors were “pissed off” that he didn't show up in court. His reasoning for skipping out was solid, being that he may or may not have suffered two seizures in a 24-hour period.
Thanks to his absence, Wayne's lawyer was forced to show the jury a deposition video that likely didn't help his case. Instead, the 30-year-old was reprimanded by the judge, and ordered to pay Jones $2,195,00.00. If given the chance, Wayne is sure that he could have swayed the jury in his favor, and wouldn't have to break off a couple million bucks.
NO matter how he blows off his legal woes, Wayne takes his health seriously. Following doctor's orders, the New Orleans native is not allowed to fly, so when faced with the decision of how to get from his mom's house in Louisiana to Miami for a Heat game, he took a bus.
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