As Lil Wayne continues his stay at Rikers Island correctional facility, more details on his treatment have surfaced.
As previously reported, a female prison guard was reprimanded for “spending additional time” with the rapper while another was fired from the correctional facility to trying to steal a glance his way.
Now local New York newspaper, The Village Voice, reports that the rapper is receiving VIP style treatment in the form of outside food and extended visitation time.
According to the paper, when Wayne’s visitors arrive at Rikers, they are picked up in a separate car by an official who drives them to the Eric M. Taylor Center where they are allowed to stay for longer than the hour permitted by policy.
Additionally Wayne has been reportedly tipped off by guards about upcoming searches for contraband and receives food from the Jackson Hole restaurant and a nearby pizzeria.
The Village Voice also reports that a prison guard barricaded herself inside a locker room last week and demanded to see the rapper.
As previously reported, Wayne was busted for music contraband after being found with an i-Pod in May.