Lil Wayne ends set early, says he may leave Blink-182 tour

Lil Wayne Walks Off Stage After 20 Mins; Hints at Quitting Blink-182 Tour

Lil Wayne Walks Off Stage After 20 Mins; Hints at Quitting Blink-182 Tour

According to reports, Lil Wayne was only a few songs into his scheduled performance on Thursday when he cut his DJ off from spinning music mid-song to address fans in the audience.

The Young Money boss seems to be unhappy with his current touring situation with blink-182.

Some in the audience said the rapper noted the lack of his fans as the reason for his discontent. "I'm having too much fun with my bros blink-182".

At last night's tour stop at Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow, VA, the rapper gave a short speech after performing just 4 odd songs and hinted that he might be quitting the trek after this. "(Yes, that's the same show) Played for like 20 mins".

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Another Twitter user added, "Wow, @LilTunechi just said this maybe his last night in the Blink 182 tour".

The tour had close to 30 dates left, the next one being July 13 in Bangor, Maine, and fans were anxious that the New Orleans rap icon was dropping out of the lineup after having only visited 11 cities so far. 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.

Lil Wayne then tweeted this morning that he won't be leaving the tour early.

The superstar rapper from Louisiana sent out a message to his fans a few moments ago, ensuring that the tour will continue as it was planned.

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