On Wednesday afternoon, police descended upon the Miami Beach home of Lil Wayne after receiving a phone call alleging that shots were fired at his residence.

“At 12:40 in the afternoon we received a call on a non-emergency line. The individual advised us he had shot four people [at the residence] and requested police assistance. At this point we have not located any victims.”

After Miami police surrounded the rapper’s home for more than an hour, Ernesto Rodriquez — a rep for Miami police — made a brief statement to the media at the scene. “At 12:40 in the afternoon we received a call on a non-emergency line. The individual advised us he had shot four people [at the residence] and requested police assistance. At this point we have not located any victims.”

Rodriguez specified that the SWAT team has not entered Wayne’s residence. The Miami PD acknowledged that “swatting” — making an emergency prank call to police — is a possibility. 

Young Money tweeted that Lil Wayne is “okay” and was not at his home during “alleged events.”

Young Money president Mack Maine tweeted this:

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