Lil Wayne’s whirlwind year is winding down with a bit more controversy to pile on. Earlier this week, NSFW footage featuring the Young Money boss made its way onto the Internet, and now he is fighting back. Keeping his promise to sue whoever made the sex tape public, Weezy has filed a cease and desist letter against Hollywood Street Kings, a blog that has been posting clips of the unauthorized video.
According to TMZ, Weezy’s lawyers have given the site five days to remove the video, and also demand that all copies of the sex tape be given to his team:
We hereby demand that you immediately cease the use, exploitation and/or distribution of the Video and that you deliver all copies, including electronic copies, of same to us or destroy such copies immediately and that you desist from this or any other infringement of Mr. Carter’s rights in the future.
Back in September, one of the two women featured in the tape began shopping around the footage to “big porn companies.” At the time of the news, Weezy assured that if the video – which he says he was not aware was being captured – was released online, he would sue. Looks like he’s making good on his word as well.