CBS NEW YORK Rapper Lil' Wayne is saying so to long solitary confinement at New York's Rikers Island and hello to debauchery in South Beach and "Sin City" this weekend.
Lil'Wayne is getting back to his lavish lifestyle, now that he's been released from prison after serving eight months in a gun case.
So where is "Weezy's" party train stopping?
While his itinerary isn't set in stone, he made a stop in Arizona today to speak to the judge who sentenced him to probation following an arrest in Yuma> He also is rumored to perform with Drake for the finale of his "Light Dreams and Nightmares" tour in Las Vegas.
Li'l Wayne has been ordered to serve three years of unsupervised probation and 360 hours of community service -- which he will perform in Miami, where he lives.
On Sunday (Nov. 7), he will live it up in Miami, where an extravagant welcome home bash is scheduled.
Mack Maine, the president of Young Money and Wayne's childhood friend, who refers to him as the "King," told MTV, Lil' Wayne's party, will be a feast for the eyes.
According to TMZ, they are going to go to the King of Diamonds, a 50,000-square-foot mega strip club that's equipped with a shoe shine station, massage parlor, basketball court and "fine dining."
Lil' Wayne's entourage has already purchased dozens of bottles of PJ Rose Perrier-JouÃ«t champagne at $700 a pop. Sources inside the club told TMZ that several fans have also purchased bottles for the rapper (bringing the total count to 48) -- and they will be allowed to meet him at the party.
Celeb party planner, Colin Cowie is planning the "over-the-top" bash, and Wayne will celebrate his homecoming with hundreds of guests, including Birdman, Drake and Jay Sean, according to People.
Lil Wayne, born Dwayne Carter Jr., pleaded guilty in October 2009 to attempted weapon possession, admitting he'd had a loaded, semiautomatic .40-caliber gun on his bus after a Manhattan concert.
He started a yearlong sentence in March but got time off for good behavior, despite a disciplinary knock that sent him to solitary for the last month of his term. A charger and headphones for a digital music player were found in his cell in May, jail officials said. The items are considered contraband.