Know for basically not writing rhymes on paper, there was time when Lil Wayne would put pen to paper for all of his lyrics … now a notebook filled with them can be yours … if the price is right.
The notebook — filled with raps from 1999 when Weezy was an up-and-coming 17-year-old rapper — is on the market for a cool $250k. The folks over at Moments in Time are handling the sale of the rare collection … featuring lyrics from We On Fire and I Feel during Wayne’s time with the Hot Boys.
According to TMZ, the person who owns the notebook says he found it in a car that once belonged to Cash Money Records. He says when the dealership he works for took ownership of the whip, the guy rummaged through what was left behind and took possession of the notebook.
The notebook has some water damage, because, according to the owner, the notebook came close to getting destroyed when Hurricane Katrina hit.
He says he stored the notebook in a box in his garage. When Katrina hit, he evacuated and when he returned, his home was all but destroyed … as were most of the things in his garage, except for a few items, including the notebook.