Lil Wayne Sued By Bus Driver Over Kill Threats

Posted: Apr 16 2015, 6:32am CDT | by , in Latest Celebrity News


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  • Lil Wayne litigated against by Bus Driver over Threatening Behavior

The rap star Lil Wayne has been litigated against by a bus driver who claims he used threatening behavior against him.

Lil Wayne’s tour bus driver is out to sue him and he means business. According to Mark Jones, he was Lil Wayne and his troupe’s bus driver for their summer concert tour. And they were supposed to stop in Buffalo for the first leg of the tour.

Jones recounts how he pulled over in order to pump some gasoline into the bus. Upon this minor inconvenience, Lil Wayne started shouting and using swear words. On seeing this foul behavior, Jones decided to carry on the trip without any extra topped-up fuel.

However, this was supposedly not the end of Lil Wayne’s rant. He got even more aggressive and started to take out his pistol and wave it about. “Pistolwhip his ass” said Lil Wayne in a devilish manner.

Mark Jones got really scared when Lil Wayne mentioned killing him for a change. The diminutive rapper looked more like a thug and gangster and was probably capable of anything.

Suddenly, Lil Wayne pulled a gun and pointed it point blank at Jones and ordered him like he was a menial servant to drive to the hotel as fast as he could. At this the half hour journey was made in pin drop silence.

Later on Jones decided that enough was enough and sued the ill-behaved tyrant that was Lil Wayne.

According to TMZ, he claims that his position of being stuck on a bus like a derby hen and physical harassment not to mention mental torture were enough to warrant compensation by the law authorities in the form of payment as punishment reserved for Lil Wayne. And that sounds right too since nobody owns anyone else in today’s democratic atmosphere.

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