Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne reportedly followed his doctor’s orders of steering clear from air travel by taking ground transportation to check out the Miami Heat’s home opener this week.
According to reports, Weezy took a bus from his mother’s Louisiana crib to South Beach.
Lil Wayne surfaced in his court side seats for the Miami Heat season opener — despite his recent health crisis — but as TMZ reported … he had to trade in his private jet for a luxury bus to make the return trip. Weezy was in his usual primo seats to see the NBA champs defeat the Boston Celtics on Tuesday night. Sources close to Wayne tell us he rode a private luxury tour bus from his mother’s home in Louisiana back to Miami … sometime on Monday. (TMZ)
Details of Wayne’s alleged doctor orders surfaced online two days after the game.
Lil Wayne is under STRICT ORDERS from his doctor to keep his ass off airplanes for the foreseeable future … after his mid-flight medical emergency last week, TMZ has learned. We’re told Wayne’s been to the doctor twice since his hospitalization and has nurses coming to check on him regularly. The rapper’s telling friends he feels the seizures were a result of working himself too hard after his jail stint — and has been calling the health scare a “life-changing event” and an “eye-opener.” We’re told Weezy is planning to return to his Miami home shortly — but he won’t be taking a plane … he’ll be traveling inside a luxury bus. (TMZ)
Wayne’s medical complications stem from a couple non-critical health conditions.
A New York Daily News report explains that Wayne was hospitalized twice within two days for “severe migraines and dehydration ” The medical conditions forced Lil Wayne to miss his scheduled court date on Friday in his case against Quincy Jones III, says the New York Daily News. Whether his legal team will present the case without Wayne, or if it will be declared a mistrial, is unknown at this time. (Examiner)
Last weekend, he hopped on Twitter to update fans about his status.
“Thanx for all the prayers! I am good.,” Weezy tweeted October 27th. (Lil Wayne’s Twitter)