Lil Wayne is currently one of the most popular rappers in the world, and he has produced a number of classic tracks. Wayne also knows how to react when he is attacked on stage. He recently disciplined his crowd when an object was thrown at him onstage.
Over the weekend, Lil Wayne was performing when an object flew onto the stage. Weezy paused his Jacksonville show to inform the crowd that he would not tolerate the disrespect and that if it continued, he would leave. The Young Money president was the headliner at Jacksonville’s VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena on Friday night (August 19).
Weezy couldn’t get through one song before someone dropped a possible flag at his feet in the midst of Tha Carter IV’s “Blunt Blowin.” “This my first song,” he told the crowd.
“If a n-gga gonna be throwing sh*t at me, I ain’t gonna do another song and I’ll get my a*s right up out this muthaf*cka. It’s called respect. So like I said, if a n-gga gonna be throwing sh*t at me, then I don’t respect that person.”
“If you know who that was that threw that sh*t, tell him I said f*ck him and s*ck on a muthaf*ckin d*ck. You little p*ssy b*tch! Throwing flags at me — n*gga, that sh*t ain’t even real, f*ck wrong with you? P*ssy muthaf*cka, let’s go!”
Wayne was able to sail through the rest of his performance, which featured standouts from his illustrious catalog like “Uproar,” “No Worries,” “Rich As F*ck,” “Btches Love Me,” “Lollipop,” “Mrs. Officer,” “Every Girl,” “Bedrock,” “Swag Surfin,” “Wasted,” “Steady Mobbin’,” and “A Milli.” Lil Wayne will return to his hometown of New Orleans on Saturday to host his Lil Weezyana Fest (August 27). He’s bringing some friends to perform, including Moneybagg Yo, Coi Leray, Rob 49, and other special guests.
Weezy isn’t going away from music anytime soon. Wayne formally announced Tha Carter VI is on the way during the Young Money reunion show earlier this month in Toronto. Lil Wayne certainly knows how to control his crowd. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.
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