It has not yet been confirmed if Wayne is officially calling it quits, but the next show is Saturday, July 13 in Bangor, Maine, so I guess fans will have to see if Wayne had a change of heart. Before he decided to make his exit, he seemingly implied that the crowd just wasn't what he was used to, whether he was referring to the type of fans there or the number in attendance, and even noted he could quit the tour entirely.
It turns out that rapper Lil Wayne isn't as hyped about his co-headlining summer tour with Blink-182 as the springtime announcement made it seem to be. Weezy is co-headlining a tour with the group Blink 182 that is scheduled to make a USA run into late September. According to fans, Weezy only played 20 minutes before leaving the stage and telling the audience that he may be pulling out of the tour. "Please forgive me, but I am so not used to performing to.a crowd.and there's not too many.you know like still fo.that's not my swag", he said. "Played for like 20 mins".
Lil Wayne is a generational talent on the mic and is lauded by many as one of the greatest rappers ever. The joint tour has so far only been going for eight shows, starting in Columbus, Ohio on June 27.
"Yesterday was krazy!" tweeted Wayne.
"I just want the people to know, if you're wondering", Weezy said to the crowd nearly out of nowhere. I'm having too much fun with my bros blink-182.