Nino Brown: The Road To Rikers, Part 6
Weezy has at least one more day of freedom. Lil Wayne was due to be sentenced to one year in prison on Tuesday (March 2), but the Cash Money MC was afforded another day of freedom as the Manhattan court building had to be evacuated when a small blaze broke out in the boiler room.
But Wayne didn't spend his day seeing the sights or jogging around Central Park — he went back to work. DJ Scoob Doo, who has been traveling with Weezy, posted a tweet asking his followers to figure out what studio the duo would be stopping at as well as which stage they would be hitting.
Wayne's "Mr. Carter" cohort, Jay-Z, just so happens to be playing the city's biggest stage, Madison Square Garden — Hov's Blueprint 3 tour touched down in the Big Apple on Tuesday, along with roster acts Young Jeezy and Trey Songz. We'll see what goes down — but we can give you a glimpse into how Wayne's day started.
In another clip sent exclusively to MTV News by Weezy and his trusted videographer, we see Wayne as he learns of his sentencing delay. The clip begins with Wayne stepping off a private jet and walking into a waiting van. Later Weezy leaves his hotel, riding toward Manhattan — while in the Lincoln Tunnel, Weezy's road manager E.I. informs him there's been a fire at the court building.
"There's been a fire in the court. I have one more day of freedom. For now, y'all keep it real, 'cause I will," Wayne said.
"I'm ready. I'm all smiles," he continued, pointing to his teeth. "They can't break my strength. They can only lock me up physically. They can't lock up my mind. They can't lock up my heart. They can only take my time because the law allows them to. Time is precious, but love is life. So therefore in the end my love will prevail."
All the footage of Wayne will be part of "The Nino Brown Story, Part 3" DVD, which will be available soon on DJ Scoob Doo's Web site.