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Lil Wayne Hints at Retirement After Hoax 911 Call

”I leave gracefully and thankful I luh my fanz but I’m dun,“ rapper tweets after crank caller reports a shooting at his Miami home

Lil Wayne sent his fans into a panic on Saturday with an early-morning tweet suggesting he might be retiring from music.

“I AM NOW DEFENSELESS AND mentally DEFEATED & I leave gracefully and thankful I luh my fanz but I’m dun,” the rapper wrote on Twitter around 1 a.m. He later followed up with a message that he isn’t looking for sympathy, “just serenity.”

When the cryptic posts caused an uproar online, the rapper tweeted once more about six hours later, writing “I’m good y’all don’t trip.”

The tweets came hours after Miami Beach police arrived at Wayne’s Florida home, responding to a 911 call reporting a shooting at the location. The report was later proved to be a hoax. “Luv to the Miami (Beach) PD for always being alert, attentive & appropriate. Thk u,” Wayne wrote on Twitter following the incident.

The rapper’s name came up in political circles in July when it appeared as if Hillary Clinton referenced his “Sky’s the Limit” in her acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention. “I’m very cool with it,” he told TMZ.

Lil Wayne currently is in the middle of a heated legal dispute with Cash Money Records CEO Birdman, which has prevented Wayne from releasing his long-awaited 12th studio album, “Tha Carter V.” And in June, he was reportedly hospitalized in Omaha, Nebraska, after suffering two seizures which caused his private jet to make an emergency landings.