Lil Wayne first performed in Bangor in 2013. 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.
Wayne's set at the Jiffy Lube Live outdoor arena, was reportedly cut short after four songs with the hip-hop star said to have announced "y'all are wack, I'm out of here".Читайте также: Vatican finds only empty graves in search for body of Emanuela Orlandi
Neither Lil Wayne or Blink-182 have released official statements commenting if this is the end of the road for Lil Wayne but ET Canada has reached out to both of their reps to find out if the rapper will step back on stage. "(Yes, that's the same show)", tweeted WAMU 88.5 reporter Jordan Pascale. "(Yes, that's the same show) Played for like 20 mins". 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. Adding, "But make some noise for Blink-182 for including me anyway". "Cited the lack of rap fans/his fans". "I'm not sure how long I'll be able to do this tour". Another attendee shared a video of Lil Wayne's speech, writing, "So, I went to see Lil Wayne & Blink-182 last night....sad that Lil Wayne dipped early and said this..." On Friday (July 12), Weezy took to Twitter to assure fans that he won't be quitting the tour.
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