Lil Wayne Shooting Lawsuit Paused After Release Of Birdman Jail Call: Report

The lawsuit coping with the 2015 taking pictures of Lil Wayne's tour bus has been interrupted by a Georgia choose. The authorized authority determined to halt the proceedings following the discharge of what's believed to be a jail cellphone name involving Birdman.

Lil Wayne's tour bus driver, Alvin Lewis, filed a lawsuit in regards to the taking pictures in 2016. The defendants embody Young Thug, Birdman, rapper Peewee Roscoe, Cash Money Records, and Young Money Records. Lewis, who's in search of compensation for unspecified damages, was on responsibility the night time of the taking pictures, which is claimed to have been prompted by an altercation between Wayne, Roscoe and their respective crews.

Roscoe AKA Jimmy Winfrey is at the moment serving time for the taking pictures, having been sentenced to 10 years in jail.

The cellphone name that has allegedly halted the authorized proceedings is believed to incorporate the voices of Birdman and Roscoe, from behind bars, following the taking pictures. Lewis believes the recording is proof of collusion between Birdman and Roscoe, together with Thug and the opposite defendants. From this attitude, the taking pictures was a conspiracy. 

In the audio, Lewis believes Birdman says to Roscoe, "Time so that you can come out right here and get your cash. You did every thing you would do, boss."

Charges towards Yung Thug and Birdman in regards to the taking pictures have but to be filed.