Chief criminal Yuma County Attorney Roger Nelson says his office doesn’t offer misdemeanor plea deals on such cases and that’s probably one of the reasons why the case hasn’t been resolved.
The Latest (4/9): Lil Wayne gave an interview to Red Bull Music Academy where he spoke about reuniting with his longtime producer Mannie Fresh a.k.a.
the dude who produced his debut single "Tha Block Is Hot" way back from 1999.
Rapper Lil Wayne will go on trial next March on felony drug possession and weapons charges he faces in Yuma County, Ariz.
The trial date was set during a court hearing in Yuma on Thursday.
The case against Lil Wayne, whose real name is Dwayne Carter, stems from his arrest at a U. Border Patrol checkpoint on Interstate 8 east of Yuma in January 2008.
Authorities said they found cocaine, Ecstasy and a handgun on his tour bus. His attorney didn’t immediately return a call on Thursday.
During a concert in New Orleans in February, Drake told the crowd that Wayne would be dropping his new album on May 5.
That date, as MTV reported, wasn't set in stone, but in an interview with .)During the last week of April, "Carter V Season" officially began when Kobe Bryant tweeted the (promo? ) art above and Floyd Mayweather released a short clip of Weezy in the studio with Drake (below). "I got too many songs recorded," he reveals in the You Tube clip.While the album is currently on indefinite hiatus, Lil Wayne shared a "P. "I worked on it way too much, way too much to give y'all half of it...Mannie Fresh followed up Wayne's comments in another interview with RBMA Radio, saying, "We didn’t miss a beat.I think it was a good thing for us not to do a song in a long time, so when we came together he felt just as well as I did. They want that OG original Cash Money sound.'"Wayne also teased up a new song with DJ Mustard that's getting him particularly hyped up."If my album was wack and I only had that one song on there, I'd still go platinum—double platinum," he boasted.Read on for everything else we know about is on the way.