LIl Wayne burst onto the scene as a rap prodigy and lyrical genius.
Now you can have a piece of all of that for a large price.
Somebody found a lyrics notebook that once belonged to a 17-year-old Weezy in a car that once belonged to Cash Money Records. The car dealership he worked for took ownership of the ride years ago (because Birdman hates to pay) and that's how he found the book.
The notebook -- which features Weezy's bars for "We On Fire" and "I Feel" -- was almost destroyed in Katrina. But it survived the storm and is now on the market for 250K. You can buy it here.