Los Angeles, CA – Lil Wayne has one less lawsuit to worry about. According to FOX11, Weezy allegedly settled a suit with a Hollywood bouncer who accused the New Orleans legend of attacking him at a nightclub in 2016.
It’s unclear if the settlement was made with a monetary agreement involved. The plaintiff, Andrew Nunemacher, filed the case away with the Los Angeles Superior Court and let them know the agreement had been reached so the case could be dismissed by June 1.
Back in June 2016, Nunemacher claims Wayne and his entourage beat him up in a “racially-motivated attack” while he was working security at Hyde in Hollywood where Weezy and 2 Chainz were hosting an afterparty.
According to the suit, the victim alleged that Wayne knocked him to the ground and called him a “white boy” after throwing a drink in his face.
Nunemacher, 38, then filed the lawsuit a year later in June 2017 claiming his civil rights were violated and the altercation caused him physical and emotional harm that didn’t allow him to work.
Lil Wayne was brought in for a virtual deposition during the COVID-19 pandemic, but allegedly wasn’t very cooperative with the legal system much as he only stayed for two hours with lawyers and “abruptly exited the Zoom for the second time and did not return.”
Weezy’s team alleged that the security footage from the night would exonerate him, but they elected to agree to a settlement and the case will be closed.