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Lil Wayne Sentencing Delayed So Rapper Can Get His Teeth Fixed

February 09, 2010  | 

Rapper Lil Wayne got a month's reprieve from the big house Tuesday to get his choppers fixed, according to the Daily News.

A Manhattan judge agreed to put off the "Lollipop" rapper's sentencing until March 2 so he can fly down to Miami for what his lawyer described as "oral surgery."

The Grammy winner, whose real name is Dwayne Carter, pleaded guilty last year to a felony gun rap and agreed to spend a year in Rikers after cops seized a loaded .40-caliber semiautomatic gun from his tour bus.

Read the full story at nydailynews.com.


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