WATCH: Lil Wayne almost walked off stage after a fan threw a hood at him during the show.


Lil Wayne threatened to leave if anything else was thrown at him. ‘You fucking bastard.’ He spoke to the enigmatic figure in the crowd. As the well-being of rappers becomes a concern, artists are playing safely to avoid risk. Throwing objects at the audience at the theater was a hobby that existed throughout the play, but these days some artists seem to get tired of throwing things. Fans throw their phones in anticipation of the artist taking a photo or video, but others intimidate the rapper, just like the crowd individual did to Kid Cudi in Rolling Loud. In front of an audience last Friday, August 19, Lil Wayne ostensibly informed the group that if an individual continued to upset his set, he would take a break from his performance.

Weezy hardly even started when something got close to him. he wasn’t happy This is my first song. If he had a chance to throw shit at me, he said he would get my ass right out of this damn thing without singing another song. As I said for respect, if ngga throws shit at me, I don’t respect him and af*ck him. The crowd continued to shout ‘Weezy!’ while Lil Wayne spoke. However, the serenade was not completely finished. The rapper then delivered a message to the person who threw the object at him. If you ever get a chance to find out who threw that shit, tell me to fuck him up and suck the fucking bastard, added Lil Wayne. 이 개새끼야. You bastard throwing a flag at me, that ain’t real damn what did you do wrong cy baby

Lil Wayne recently went to a fan who threw something on stage.

Lil Wayne was performing over the weekend when a knight flew over the stage. He planned to leave the Jacksonville show, assuming that he would not put up with blasphemy and would continue. President Young Money appeared at the VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville on Friday night, August 19th. However, Lil Wayne didn’t get over a single song before someone among Tha Carter IV’s Blunt Blowin sent a possible flag to his feet.

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Things calmed down on the throwing front, and Lil Wayne went to ‘Uproar’, ‘No Worries’, ‘Rich As Fuck’, Swag Surfin’, ‘Wasted’, ‘Lollipop’ and more. Rap legend Lil Wayne returns to New Orleans for the Lil Weezyana Fest on Saturday, August 27th. He’s bringing a few friends to perform in a setting that highlights Moneybagg Yo, Coi Leray, Rob 49 and many more special guests of the show. Musically, Lil Wayne never stops. At the recent Young Money reunion show in Toronto, he officially announced that Tha Carter VI is coming.



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