Rapper thrown off private jet for smoking weed

The rapper had told the pilot before takeoff time at a Ft. Lauderdale airport, that he and his entourage wanted to smoke during the flight. But the pilot said 'absolutely not'.

 

Lil Wayne was dropped out of a private jet he chartered few minutes after take off because he lit up a joint (weed) almost immediately after the plane took off the ground

According to gossip site, TMZ, the rapper had told the pilot before takeoff time at a Ft. Lauderdale airport, that he and his entourage wanted to smoke during the flight. But the pilot said 'absolutely not'.

The 'Lollipop' hit maker and his crew did lit up their joints despite the pilot's strict orders. As a result, the captain turned the plane around 17 minutes after takeoff and landed it where it came from.

Wayne was snapped holding a double cup reportedly containing pink/purple liquid, consistent with sizzurp as she stepped out of the plane.

TMZ reports that the rapper had previously suffered some pretty wicked seizures on private jets in the past. In 2013, he reportedly collasped on board after consuming the codeine drink.

When is Wayne suppose to understand, 'You are not allowed to smoke joint on a plane?'

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