AceShowbiz - Lil Wayne might be regretting his decision to co-headline a tour with Blink-182. Many fans reported that the rapper cut short his performance after twenty minutes when he and the rock band hit the stage at Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow, Virginia on Thursday, July 11. It's said that Weezy thought that there weren't enough of his fans in the audience hence the move.
In a fan-captured video, the "Uproar" spitter could be seen telling the crowd, "I just want the people to know, please forgive me, but I am so not used to performing to a crowd where there is not too many. That's not my swag, I'm not sure how long I'm gonna be able to do this tour." Weezy went on suggesting that he might be quitting the joint tour after the show, saying, "But make some noise for Blink-182 for including me anyway. This might be my last night though."
Weezy walked off the stage afterward, making the band and the audience look confused. According to fans' report, the Young Money founder was supposed to play for an hour. However, he stopped after delivering four songs. It's also speculated the fact that the rainy weather caused people not to attend the show might also be the reason why Weezy ended his performance quickly.
Blink-182 has yet to give their official statement over the issue, but according to fans who attend the show, the band appeared to take a dig at Weezy. Mark Hoppus allegedly said in the middle of their performance, "We are goin to play one more song then we are going to play more! You know why? We are contractually obligated!"
Weezy and Blink-182's co-headlining tour kicked off on June 20 at Galen Center in Los Angeles and is expected to wrap up on September 22 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus.