Lil Wayne is being sued by a Hollywood nightclub bouncer over an incident that occurred in 2016. After the artist proved recalcitrant in a prior attempt, a court is working with the plaintiff to ensure that his lawyers have all of the facts they need for the upcoming lawsuit.

Lawyers noted in court papers that Weezy’s behavior in their November deposition was beyond extreme. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Jon R. Takasugi will allow plaintiff Andrew Nunemacher’s lawyers to depose the Lollipop rapper for an additional two hours before legal proceedings begin, according to My News LA.

According to the filing, Lil Wayne “took pride in his refusals to answer fundamental questions while his attorneys sat back and made inappropriate and frivolous objections, encouraging a display that mocks the civil process.”

After barely a few hours, the New Orleans native exited the virtual deposition. He abruptly exited the Zoom for the second time and did not return, according to court documents. Weezy’s lawyer said the artist is willing to wait for a half-hour to finish any unfinished business, and he provided to the judge excerpts of the artist’s testimony showing he became irritated and departed after being asked the same questions again and over.

Wayne and his entourage were attempting to get out and were enraged at the time. The bouncer was then struck and knocked to the ground by Wayne. He flung a cup of beer in his face and called him a white kid after violating the security officer. They further claim that the man has not experienced the mental and emotional harm for which he is suing the artist. The trial is scheduled for April 4th.

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