There has reportedly been a shooting at Lil Wayne's Miami Beach Home. Miami's WSVN-TV is reporting live that police received a phone call from someone through their non-emergency line that he or she shot possibly four people. Police confirms the incident is a hoax and that they could not find anything that showed a shooting occurred on the property. Miami police spokesperson said that Lil Wayne and his camp have cooperated completely with the investigation and the focus now is finding the person who called in the shooting to law officers. This is officially a swatting incident. Swatting is prank calling emergency services into dispatching an emergency response based on the false reports. TMZ reported that Lil Wayne was not home but is in Miami. Young Money confirmed with WSVN-TV that Wayne is ok but not home. It was also reported that a similar phone call was made several weeks ago and it was a hoax. Cortez Bryant, Lil Wayne's manager sent the following statement to XXL: "Wayne was never home he was in the studio working. It was a prank call to the police on the 911 line that alerted them to go to the property. I allowed them access in and they found the house empty. All is good"

This comes after 11 days after police were called to the home after a report of a suspicious person was lurking outside the home. Cops let the guy go because when they arrived he was on public property. Local police have not been able to make contact with anyone inside the house.

Lil Wayne took to Twitter to let everyone know he's good.

Watch live the live below (via WSVN):

Lil Wayne is currently in a legal battle with Birdman. He recently said that he and Baby are no longer speaking. Wayne has been in a battle with Baby and Cash Money ever since he took to Twitter to denounce the label. He later confirmed the news during a show in NYC. Things escalated when Weezy issued a 21-page, $51 million lawsuit to Birdman and Cash Money with a federal court in New York on Jan. 28 claiming the label violated his deal and owes him tens of millions for delaying the release of Tha Carter VWayne also asked a judge to declare him the joint copyright holder of all of Young Money Entertainment recordings.

The NOLA native’s crusade against Cash Money continued, putting his frustration on wax with Sorry 4 The Wait 2News broke that Wayne is willing to stay with Cash Money but only if they pay him the $10 million that he is owed for completing Tha Carter V, which is on hold until further notice. Now all of his focus is on his new project, The Free Weezy Album, which he plans to release for free in March.

XXL will update you as the story progresses.