Lil Wayne and Denise Bidot seem to have put their political differences aside.
Rumors of a reconciliation started swirling a month after the duo split when Denise shared multiple social media posts featuring the rapper.
On Nov. 29, the model posted about Wayne's new album on Instagram. Just last week, she also posted a photo with Weezy, which she captioned, "Mornings with bae." Denise later added another image — a selfie from inside the rapper's car, The Blast reported.
The couple reportedly split in early November after the rapper came out in support of President Trump's reelection. "Sometimes love just isn't enough…" she cryptically tweeted at the time. Multiple blogs, meanwhile, reported that Denise didn't want to continue a relationship with Wayne due to his affiliation with Trump.
However, she later implied that Wayne ended the romance.
"Imagine being dumped over an IG post…that expressed MY political view and encouraged people to vote… It's definitely 2020," she wrote on her Instagram Story amid the breakup rumors.
Further fanning the breakup flames, Wayne stopped following Denise on Instagram (she was the only person he followed). He is now back to following her again.
The relationship news comes while Wayne deals with a potentially serious legal situation — one that could see him land behind bars.
On Nov. 17, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida charged the rapper with one count of possession of a firearm and ammunition by a convicted felon. The charge stems from a December 2019 incident at Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport: Federal agents searched a private plane after getting a tip that it was allegedly transporting drugs. Police found a gun aboard, and according to the charging documents, federal prosecutors believe Wayne was the one illegally in possession of the gun and ammunition.
Wayne's attorney told TMZ that feds found a gold-plated handgun in Wayne's luggage.
Wayne, who was convicted of a felony gun charge in New York back in 2009, faces up to 10 years in prison if he's convicted.