Second Morgan State University Student Sues Lil Wayne
As previously reported on XXLMag.com, a Morgan State University student, Tyrique Layne, filed a suit against Lil Wayne for $1 million in damages after she received a “serious closed head injury” when Weezy threw money into the crowd during his performance at the college in October 2006. Now, a second Morgan State student is suing Wayne as well. According to the Daily Record, 20-year-old junior, Carlisa Dixon, was “impaled” by a metal pole after chaos broke out when Wayne threw money in the air before performing his song, “Money on My Mind.” During the melee, Dixon was pushed into a “bicycle type metal barricade,” which punctured her lift thigh, requiring surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dixon is seeking $1 million in damages from Wayne and his record and touring companies. Dixon is also seeking $1 million from Morgan State, claiming they failed to manage the October ’06 concert properly.