The rapper lost a lawsuit from Signature Group - a company that leases private jets to the rich and famous - who claims he's owing upto $2 million in back debt
Lil Wayne has been ordered to pay up to $2 million after he failed to cover up utility bills for his private jet.
The rapper, who recently split from girlfriend of one year, Christina Milian, lost a lawsuit from Signature Group - a company which leases private jets to the rich and famous.
According to TMZ, Signature filed a lawsuit against Weezy in 2014 for missing payments during the first two years of a three-year deal with the company. In their suit, Wayne was owing more than $1 million as of July 2014.
The 'Lolli Pop' rapper claimed he never signed any contract with Signature but the court disagreed. As a result, the court ruled in favor of Signature.
The money increased from $1 million to $1.8 million since it's been a year since the suit was filed. Wayne also has to pay $200,000 in attorney's fees… hence the two million dollars.
Wayne is yet to comment on this issue.