Lil Wayne was a no-show at his scheduled trial date Monday, and the judge presiding over the rapper's lawsuit against Quincy Jones III is far from impressed.
Weezy apparently suffered "several seizure-like episodes" and will sit the trial out, meaning the jury will only have his video deposition to go on. Yes, this deposition:
Wayne is suing Quincy Jones III over a documentary he filmed about the Young Money founder that he calls a "scandalous portrayal." But he won't show up in person.
LW did not appear today, however, due to a "medical emergency" on Thursday on board a private jet. The pilot said he had seizures and was hospitalized.
The judge chastised Wayne for displaying "unreasonable conduct in the deposition" and "irresponsible behavior" for not bothering to show up in court.
His lawyer will play his deposition for the jury, but the virile, tattooed hit-maker won't be there.
The Lil Wayne deposition video, of course, shows him giving smart-ass, nonsensical non-answers to the opposing counsel's questions and acting like a total jackass.
Hilarious to celebrity gossip fans, yes. Effective testimony in a lawsuit? Mmmnot so much.