The Florida housing market is bad enough. We don't envy anyone trying to sell a place there - especially the Miami real estate agents with Lil Wayne's listing.
The Grammy Award-winning rapper's three-bedroom, two-bathroom pad in South Beach is up for sale for $520,000. He might want to consider staging it.
Or at least cracking a window.
A prospective buyer tells this story to the New York Post:
"My fiancée and I called and the broker, deadpan, goes, 'I have two questions: Are you offended by the smell of marijuana? And do you mind coming late in the afternoon?"
"It's currently occupied by Lil Wayne, and these are not morning people."
UP IN SMOKE: Literally. That's how we'd describe Wayne's condo.
"Once we got there, a member of Wayne's posse opened the door to the overwhelming smell of marijuana. Two hot, rap-video-looking girls were walking around in nothing but underwear, blasting hip-hop. We went in and tried not to stare."
Lil Wayne, who also has a $3.1 million condo in the Murano Grande building and wasn't present during this hilarious tour, is actually a very neat tenant.
"He had a perfectly organized closet ... neatly stacked piles of XXL magazine, and a fully stocked bar featuring multiple bottles of Hennessy Black."
Wayne, real name is Dwayne Michael Carter, is releasing his new album, Rebirth, in February, when he'll be sentenced on weapons-possession charges.
He'll be going to jail for a year or so.