Police responded to a possible shooting at the Miami Beach home of rap artist Lil Wayne on Wednesday, but later said it appeared to be a hoax.
A 911 call suggested shots were fired at the home and four people may have been injured, WSVN 7 News reports. Miami Beach police had set up a perimeter around the home Wednesday afternoon, with a SWAT team also on location.
The record label founded by Lil Wayne, Young Money Entertainment, sent out a tweet saying Lil Wayne was not home at the time.
Later, the Miami Beach police sent out a tweet that the shooting was a hoax.
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