Lil Wayne's Release From Prison Nearly Delayed
The celebrations were nearly put on hold when Rikers officials said Wayne had another day to serve
Lil Wayne was not getting out of prison just yet. Family, friends and fans who had November 4 circled on their calendar were going to have to wait another day after a little mismanagement.
“His time was miscalculated. He owed, he owes one day of ‘good time,’ so it’s gonna be another night,” Officer Carl Carabello told MTV News who were stationed outside Rikers awaiting Weezy's release. Carabello added that “good time” is reduced when an inmate runs into trouble behind bars. “If you get an infraction in jail, they’ll take away ‘good time’ — time that you accumulated for good behavior.”
There was no word what his infraction was that would cause him to serve an additional day.
"It's gonna be crazy. We have a private party first and then we going to King of Diamonds after, which is a strip club. It's going to be crazy, it's going to be real elegant, extravagant, we gonna party like when Frank came home, like [the movie] 'King of New York,' " said Maine. "It should be a lot of beautiful women, just ... beautiful scenery. Just 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."