Ex-Prison Guard Denies Spying On Lil Wayne In Jail

Posted on Fri, Apr. 30, 2010

By Rhindi White

A former guard at Rikers Island may sue after she was terminated for allegedly spying on rapper Lil Wayne.

Officials at Rikers Island, the New York jail that houses the rapper, charged that Amelia Negron went into the unit where Wayne stayed without appropriate authorization.

Negron denied the charges.

“I don’t even like rap. I like rock and alternative music and didn’t know much about him when they said I tried to see him. None of it’s true,” she told the New York Daily News.

Negron admitted to going into the ward that held Wayne, but she said she was there to speak to a co-worker, not the multi-platinum artist.

She said she was there to speak to a co-worker, not the multi-platinum New Orleans artist.

“The door to the area was unlocked, and so I went in to say hello, and that officer said, ‘Hey, you can’t be here. We’ve got a celeb here.’ I said, ‘Okay, no problem,’ turned around and left.”

She said afterwards, she was subsequently threatened.

“Idea did nothing wrong, but [I was] threatened with criminal charges, transfers, suspensions.”

Officials in the Correction Department maintain that the firing was just.

Negron is consulting her lawyers with the expectation that she will sue.

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6 Comments for “Ex-Prison Guard Denies Spying On Lil Wayne In Jail”

  1. oliver bonjen

    Moin whatz ab i`will a Crip werden i love Cripz i`m come from germany

  2. poops

    they went hard on her cuz those guards is corrupt and in collusion wit wayne and cash money.

  3. truthful

    the system should obivously sees was is going on , now i dont know if she will get a fair trial, this guy bought those guards with money, and besides ha had a good reasion he is a public guy , he dont want looking at him in his worst days serving time in a jail cell looking like a rat that he is

  4. Pelican Bay

    guards are the reason for many of the problems in the prison system. They allow contraband to get smuggles, they instigate conflict, and they agitate inmates that they don’t like.

  5. Real ish

    yeh he is a guy with a lot more money then your foo blank truthful, lol

  6. Weezy is finally back! It’s refreshing that I can now hear some hard rap tracks on hip hop stations. Its not like he ever left us since he still managed to have a smash hit with Right above it. Soulja Boy and these other lame rappers are too soft for me. GO WAYNE!!

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