General views outside Lil Wayne's home where shots were reported to have been fired on March 11, 2015 in Miami Beach, Florida. Thaddaeus McAdams/Getty Images/AFP
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A report of a shooting at the Miami Beach home of Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne was declared a hoax by police on Wednesday after a search found no evidence of victims or shots fired.Swatting calls have previously sent police to the homes of actor Ashton Kutcher and singers Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus.Police, some wearing bullet-proof vests, surrounded Wayne's nine-bedroom home, which is valued at $9.2 million, and TV images showed a SWAT truck arriving on the scene.In 2008 Wayne won Grammy Awards for best rap album, best rap song, best rap solo performance and was part of the award-winning best rap group performance.
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