American rapper Lil Wayne is finally out from jail.
He was released last Thursday after having served eight months out of the one-year jail term on weapons conviction in Rikers Island in New York City.
Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. in real life, is now 30, will celebrate his homecoming with a lavish party Sunday at a Miami strip club, according to MTV.
According to Mack Maine, the president of Wayne’s Young Money record label, said the rapper’s friends plan to “treat him like a king, like the royalty that he is, and make him feel like we really missed him and welcome him back to the family, basically.”
Even while in prison, Wayne worked on new music. He could also be back on stage sooner. Maine and others have hinted that he could make a special cameo appearance at a Drake concert on Saturday in Las Vegas.
After first pleading not guilty to gun possession after a July 2007 arrest, Wayne changed his plea to guilty last October in exchange for a reduced 12-month sentence. With good behavior, he served just the eight months.