Rapper Lil Wayne is looking to cash out on his Miami real estate holdings, as he prepares to serve a year in prison for a gun violation.
The New Orleans rapper put his luxurious South Beach, Florida condominium up for sale for a cool $2.8 million dollars.
The unit, which located in the Murano Grande Condominium, has four bedrooms.
Last year, The New York Post reported that Lil Wayne was having trouble selling another three-bedroom, two bathroom condo on South Beach, because it smelled like marijuana.
Lil Wayne denied those allegations to London DJ Tim Westwood during an interview last week.
“We’re not having trouble selling it, but all the other stuff is true,” Lil Wayne joked with Tim Westwood. “The people that are coming to look at it like that more about it That’s like coming into Bob Marley’s crib and you still smelling weed and his bed still messed up. They’re like ‘leave all that s**t. I want to buy all that. I’m one of those ni**as right now.”
The chart-topping rapper is currently renting a 15,000 square-foot mansion on La Gorce Island.
In October of 2009, Lil Wayne pleaded guilty to attempted criminal possession of a weapon, after police found a loaded .40 caliber gun on his tour bus in July of 2008.
He is due to be sentenced to one year in prison on March 2.