At least some of the possessions that were taken from Lil Wayne‘s house were listed by WSVN.

The news outlet reports that police took signed football helmets, paintings, skateboards and one of the rapper’s Cash Money Records plaques.

TMZ says more than one plaque was seized. The site also reports that a valuator went with police to indicate the worth of the possessions and that Lil Wayne’s art collection is valued at $30 million.

(This article was last updated today [November 4] at 10:30 a.m. PST and is as follows.)

Lil Wayne appears to have commented on Twitter today (November 4) about Florida police raiding his house yesterday (November 3).

“It’s days like 2day dat make me ? everything,even myself But I guess dis is da thx I get. Sum times it’s tough 2b tough & even tougher 2b me,” Lil Wayne wrote on Twitter. “I ain’t shit but my mother, my kids & their mothers r EVERYTHING & dat I know, so on the days ? everything, I use dat as the answer 2 it all.”

Lil Wayne’s tweets are as follows:

(The original story in this post ran November 3, 2015. It is as follows.)

Miami-Dade Police raided Lil Wayne’s mansion today (November 3).

Authorities were granted permission to seize property from Weezy’s estate after the New Orleans’ emcee failed to pay for a private jet he leased from Miami’s Signature Group. Reportedly he owes the company $2 million.

Huffington Post reports Dwayne Carter failed to pay the required $55,000 per month lease on his Gulf Stream II. Initial requests to repo possessions from the rapper were denied because the company could not prove that the rapper had $2 million in assets inside the multimillion dollar waterfront property.

Miami-Dade county judge Lisa Walsh granted permission to raid the property only after Signature Group was able to obtain pictures that proved that the property contained assets worth upwards of the amount owed. According to the Miami New Times, a real estate agent who’d recently visited the estate was able to verify the value of the possessions.

TMZ reports that it received a copy of the court order “which allows Miami-Dade County Sheriff’s deputies to break the locks of the house and doors if necessary to gain entry and confiscate seizable assets.”

Miami’s WSVN-TV was on hand filming the raid, which you can view below. HipHopDX will keep you posted on further developments.