Update: The Miami Beach Police Department is now saying that there is no indication that any shots were fired. In a tweet from the official MBPD Twitter Account, the department suggested that swatting — faking an incident to get police to show up to somebody’s home — was a possibility. In any case, Lil Wayne was not home when the incident it alleged to have taken place, according to Young Money. SPIN will update this story as warranted.
“Swatting” is a possibility but MBPD does not take chances when responding to these types of calls.
— Miami Beach Police (@MiamiBeachPD) March 11, 2015
Update #2: The Miami Beach Police Department has confirmed that there were no shots fried at Lil Wayne’s house. The 911 call appears to have been a prank. Weezy confirms:
Prank kall mane
— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) March 11, 2015
According to TMZ, four people have been shot following gunfire at Lil Wayne’s Miami mansion. Reports claim that “an individual called 911 and said he shot 4 people [and] the SWAT team has been called out.” The celebrity gossip site confirmed that the Young Money rapper was not on the scene at the time of the altercation on La Gorce Island.