Lil Wayne Owes Private Jet Company $2 Million After Losing Lawsuit

Lil’ Wayne performs at Foxtail Pool at SLS Las Vegas on September 6, 2015

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It looks as if Lil Wayne is not too comfortable with paying for his luxurious lifestyle. According to records, the New Orleans rapper has been flying with private jet company Signature Group for the past two years and has not been paying for their services. The company filed a lawsuit against the rapper back in 2014 claiming that Weezy owed the company over one million dollars in unpaid bills.
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The judge in the case sided with Signature Group and agreed that Lil Wayne has to pay up the money. With attorney fees and other fees, the rapper may end up having to pay over two million in fees when all is said and done. Wow, it’s time to pay up Weezy! We know that celebrities expect preferential treatment but this is a bit much!
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