Lil' Wayne: 'This Might Be My Last Night' on Blink-182 Tour

Carla Harmon
July 12, 2019

Blink-182 may have taken a shot at Wayne during their set, as Mark Hoppus said, "We are going to play one more song then we are going to play more!" Seeing both fan bases come together would be an interesting sight. The joint tour has so far only been going for eight shows, starting in Columbus, Ohio on June 27.

At last night's stop on the blink-182 and Lil Wayne tour, featuring opening support from Neck Deep, Weezy cut his set short and told the crowd it "might" be his last night on the run that's scheduled to careen across the USA through late September. That's not my swagg.

Many fans captured the moment on video and spread it across social media.

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".

Some people on Twitter expressed that Lil Wayne said that there wasn't enough of "his" fans in the audience after stopping midsong to make his announcement.

The rapper continued to state that Thursday's show might be his last night on the tour before his DJ returning to playing the music. Adding, "But make some noise for Blink-182 for including me anyway". Lil Wayne first performed in Bangor in 2013.

Weezy dropped the long-awaited Tha Carter V album back in October that went No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 200 charts, after settling a years-long legal battle with Birdman and Universal.

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