Lil Wayne Released On Bond; Attorney Says Gun Didn't Belong To MCLawyer questions police's motive behind arrest. Lil Wayne was arraigned late Monday on a felony charge of gun-possession in connection with his arrest Sunday night following his first headlining New York show. According to attorney Stacey Richman, Wayne was released Monday evening on $70,000 bond and will appear in court again in November on the charge, which carries a minimum prison sentence of three and a half years.
Tommy Lee gets high marks
The tattoo means Barth is now in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the 'First-Ever to Perform a Tattoo in High Altitude'.
During his Revolution Air flight to the Winter Music Conference in Miami, the Motley Crue drummer - who already has many designs inked on his body - had a large peacock etched on his skin by tattoo artist Mario Barth.
Ja Rule on the wrong side of the roadJa Rule drove on the wrong side of the road in Australia.
The 'Wonderful’ rapper terrified residents in the Sydney suburb of Pyrmont when he forgot the country’s traffic laws and 'powered' down the road’s right-hand lane after being distracted by views of Sydney Harbour.
His publicist Adam Cubito said: 'I think he was more interested in looking at the view of Sydney than he was keeping his eyes on the road.'