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Friday, 8 October 2010

rapper Lil Wayne can expect to spend the rest of his time behind bars on Rikers Island going solo.

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rapper Lil Wayne can expect to spend the rest of his time behind bars on Rikers Island going solo.

Correction Department spokesman Stephen Morello says Lil Wayne was moved into what jail officials call "punitive segregation" on Monday. It's the punishment for stashing a charger and headphones for a digital music player in a potato chip bag in his cell.

Share 34 Comments While before he was allowed to spend most of the day mingling with other prisoners, the performer will now usually be confined to his new cell 23 hours a day and kept apart from other inmates during recreation time.

The rapper, born Dwayne Carter, has been in jail since March and is expected to be released Nov. 4. He pleaded guilty to attempted criminal possession of a weapon. His lawyer did not immediately comment Monday.

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