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Lil Wayne Is In Trouble After Allegedly Pulling An Assault Riffle On One Of His Own Security Guards For Using The Bathroom At His House

Source - Lil Wayne allegedly pulled an assault rifle on one of his own bodyguards during a dispute at his home, and now police are looking into the incident.

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ ... one of the rapper's guards told cops he and Wayne got into a fight at Weezy's Hidden Hills, CA home, and cops say they were told the altercation escalated to physical violence and a brandished firearm.

We're told the guard claims Wayne told him to get outta the house after the initial dispute, but the guard went to the bathroom first and he claims that's when Wayne dramatically escalated things.

We've spoken with a source close to Wayne who strongly denies the incident even happened ... and tell us Wayne doesn't even have a gun.

That's not however, what the guard told cops ... our sources say the guard claimed Lil Wayne pulled out an AR-15 ... and that's when the guard booked it out of the house to the gated community's guard shack, where he called police.

First of all, despite what Lil Wayne says, he has a gun. So you can take all your conspiracy theories and throw them right out the window. The man plead guilty to felony gun charges last year and would've spend ten years in prison but Trump pardoned him. I don't expect Biden to do the same if's charged this time around, but you never know. Regardless, I need to know what the argument was about. What did that security do that was SO outrageous that Lil Wayne felt it was necessary to pull a gun? He had to have taken a dump, right? It'd be one thing if he took a quick piss on his way out of the house, but that guy probably sat down and let it rip. Stunk it right the fuck up. It's the ultimate sign of disrespect and that's why I'm on Wayne's side. You gotta draw the line somewhere. He lets that guy go to the bathroom and next thing you know every security guard in the neighborhood is using his house for their poops. Can't have that. 

My favorite part of the story is that after Lil Wayne definitely didn't pull the gun, he fled the scene...

We're told cops went to Weezy's place to get his side of the story, but he was already gone. The guard told police the fight started with Wayne accusing him of taking photos and leaking them to the media.

We're told the guard also does not want to press charges against Wayne -- and while police have doubts about some of the allegations, they will nevertheless investigate. We reached out to Lil Wayne's camp ... so far, no word back.

Seems innocent if you ask me. Anyway, this is probably the last we'll hear of this story. No gun, no crime. Have a great day...