The real estate market has gone flat and Lil Wayne is following suit, by dropping the sale price of his Miami mansion by a total of $4 million dollars.

Lil Wayne has cut the offering price several times since the home went up for sale in April of 2015 for $18 million. After dropping the price several times since, the house is now being offered at $14 million, nearly $4 million off the original asking price.

A lucky buyer will get a mansion with a glass elevator, a skatepark on the roof and a home that has a few million dollars worth of remodeling.

“The market is flat,” Ty Forkner, the listing agent told The Miami Herald. “Priced at under $1,000 a square foot, it’s a special deal.”

Lil Wayne originally put the mansion up for sale after police raided the property to collect $2 million in assets and artwork, to satisfy a judgment against him brought by Signature Group over an unpaid jet bill.

Over the past few years, fans began pranking Weezy by sending a SWAT team to the residence in response to a phony shots fired call, while a real prowler was caught on his property.

Since then, Lil Wayne has been fighting several lawsuits, including a $51 million beef with Cash Money, a $300,000 lawsuit with a former lawyer and ongoing issues with the IRS.

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