After getting pardoned by Trump, Lil Wayne celebrates at mostly maskless party in Miami

If anyone has reason to be in a pandemic, it's likely Lil Wayne.
The rapper, who was supported by his Fort Lauderdale attorney Bradford Cohen, was able to have President Donald Trump apologize for his alleged misdeeds (along with Kodak Black).
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The 38-year-old pleaded guilty last month to a convicted felon in possession of a gun during a trip to Miami and may have received a heavy sentence.
Over the weekend, the "Ain't Got Time" singer was photographed in Urban in downtown Miami, surrounded by a group of people congratulating him as he entered the outdoor event space.
The packed bash was for DJ Stevie J.'s birthday, but it seems Wayne got all the attention.
Warning: Explicit language in the video
Wayne stepped in with headphones but no mask and walked through the crowd with a styrofoam shell.
On the LIl Wayne HQ fansite, you can see video of flashing cameras and guests screaming shoulder to shoulder while the music star smiles.
2021 seems to be Weezy's year.
His attorney tells the Miami Herald that the legendary hip-hopper will carry on.
"Wayne does what he does best and records, is with his family and is working on some business ideas," Cohen said Monday. "I think this situation has helped others learn the importance of criminal and judicial reform."
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