Wesley Eric Weston, Jr. (born on March 3, 1981), better known by his stage name Lil' Flip, is an American rapper. He is best known for his singles "Sunshine", "Game Over", "The Way We Ball", "I Can Do Dat" and "Rollin on 20's" from the [[2 Fast 2 Furious (soundtrack)|2 Fast 2 Furious Soundtrack]Legal Issues Lil Flip is no longer a wanted man after an incident with an AR-15 rifle ... 'cause the rapper's lawyer just got his arrest warrant recalled, blaming Flip's crappy scheduling skills. TMZ broke the story ... the arrest warrant was issued last month for Flip (real name Wesley Weston) after the rapper no-showed at a hearing in his drug/gun possession case. But Flip's lawyer says it was all an honest mistake, submitting docs to the court this week, in which he claims Flip was unaware of the April court date and missed it completely unintentionally. The judge bought it and recalled the warrant, setting a new court date for July. it was revealed that he pays just $500 a month in child support. Since child support is usually tied to income, we can infer that Flip has fallen on hard times.
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