The rapper declined to address the court before he was led out to begin a one-year stint at Rikers Island. He could be out in eight months if he behaves himself.
Weezy's used to livin' the high life, so what will it be like behind bars?
A lot simpler, that's for sure. We doubt they serve Hennessy after hours. Here are five things the Grammy-winning artiste can look forward to in the Big House:
SEE YOU SOON: Lil Wayne is gone, but not forgotten.
- Becoming a morning person. The wake-up call for all Rikers inmates is 4 a.m., at which time they're given breakfast. Lunch is at 11 a.m., dinner 3 p.m.
- 10-by-15. Those are the dimensions of his new home, in feet, replete with a bed, sink, toilet and window facing a wall. Not exactly the lap of luxury, eh?
- Old school media: Leave the iPod at home, because unless it's on the television or via a transistor radio, which he can buy, it's not permitted in prison.
- Working it: Most inmates are assigned some type of work, but Lil Wayne isn't likely to do much, since jail officials would prefer to keep his visit low-key.
- Visitation: He'll be allowed two visits a week. No word if they're conjugal. He's got to keep up the pace of knocking up women every few months ...