Lil Wayne has been ordered to cut the grass at his New Orleans home after the rapper let the property's lawns become unkempt.
The hip-hop star has been issued with a citation from officials in the New Orleans suburb of Kenner, Louisiana for letting grass and weeds grow up around his $1.7 million mansion.
Lil Wayne is currently trying to sell the five-bedroom house, which he bought in 2006, and the recent violation marks the fifth ticket the hitmaker has been handed over the state of the property, according to The Times-Picayune.
The publication reports the star previously wracked up fines of $3,635 after he was cited for "grass, weeds" and "litter" at the house.