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This just in...: Lil' Wayne, free at last; police drop charges against Gucci Mane; David Cassidy busted for DUI

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Lil Wayne, 2009. (AP/Louis Lanzano)


  • Lil Wayne emerged from eight months in New York's Rikers Island prison Thursday, the Associated Press reports. The Grammy-winning rapper was put away on a weapons charge, spending the last weeks in solitary after he was caught with contraband digital-music player components. But his new CD hit No. 1 last month, and his record label is planning a star-studded Miami "welcome home" party this weekend. Asked about his release during a get-out-the-vote interview on Pittsburgh radio, Bill Clinton expressed confidence that Weezy will rebound: "This guy's smart, and he's got ability, and he's got a new chance now."



  • Atlanta officials have dropped charges against Gucci Mane in connection with a traffic stop in which he allegedly resisted arrest. A judge warned the rapper that he could get re-charged, though, the AP reports.



  • Vintage heartthrob David Cassidy, 60, was charged with DUI in Florida on Wednesday. Troopers said they found half a bottle of bourbon in his back seat; his rep told TMZ he was not drunk.


By The Reliable Source  | November 5, 2010; 1:00 AM ET
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Lil who?


Posted by: mortified469 | November 5, 2010 2:39 PM | Report abuse

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