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    Lil Wayne's New Task, Should He Choose to Accept It

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    Lil Wayne best be sticking to lollipops from now on.

    The rapper, fresh-from-jail in New York and a welcome-home party in Miami, was ordered by an Arizona judge to stay away from drugs and alcohol for three years as part of his probation for a drug bust in 2008.

    He pleaded guilty—from his perch at Riker's Island, where he spent eight months on a weapons charge—in June to felony possession of a dangerous drug after U.S. Border Patrol agents found Ecstasy, cocaine and other illegal items on his tour bus in Yuma County.

    In addition to staying clean, Lil Wayne's probation also requires that he not commit any crimes, or else face jail time.

    You can do it, Weezy. Bill Clinton is rooting for you!

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