Lil Wayne Demands Return Of His Lyrics Notebook That's Being Sold For $250,000

The Hot Boys spitter could end up in court over the collectible from 1999.

(AllHipHop News) Will Lil Wayne have to put up a quarter of a million dollars to get his own notebook back? According to TMZ, the Young Money legend's legal team is demanding the return of the item that's currently being sold for $250,000 on the Moments In Time website.

Wayne's lawyers claim their client is the rightful owner of the "misplaced" notebook and Moments In Time does not have the right to sell or transfer it. MIT owner, Gary Zimet, is apparently unwilling to give the pad back to Wayne without a $250K payment.

The 20-year-old notebook is said to contain lyrics for records Wayne wrote as part of the Hot Boys rap group. Supposedly, the seller found the song book in a car that once belonged to Cash Money Records.

A teenage Lil Wayne began his career alongside fellow Hot Boys members Juvenile, B.G., and Turk. The Cash Money foursome released popular singles such as "We on Fire" and "I Need a Hot Girl."

Wayne is reportedly considering further legal action if the Moments In Time sale is not halted. Zimet contends the person in possession of the notebook "has crystal clear title."

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