Lil Wayne cuts concert short after lackluster response from crowd

Lil Wayne has completed the last show of his Welcome to Tha Carter Tour early because of the crowd’s alleged lack of enthusiasm.

Saturday, May 13, the legendary rapper was to end his tour in Los Angeles at the Wiltern Theater. For anyone unable to attend the show in person, they could purchase a live stream of the event for $15.

Wayne played for 30 minutes, with signees from his Young Money Records label also letting Lil Twist, Yaj Kader and Allan Cubas play. However, after the crowd wasn’t so receptive to them, the 40-year-old decided to cut his show short.

Stopping Cubas before he played his second track, Wayne took his mic and said, “We appreciate it, but we’re not going to bend over backwards for these people. We work too hard for this shit. We work way too hard.

He addressed the crowd before placing the microphone on the floor and leaving the stage: “That’s my fucking artist Allan, that was Twist, that was Yaj; we are Young Money. We appreciate your time.

When Lil Wayne left the stage, fans were still confused as to whether the rapper was joking or not. A few fans even tried to start a “Weezy” chant. Then 10 minutes later, the house lights came on and everyone was told to evacuate the building.

Fans were already frustrated that the “Lollipop” rapper was an hour and a half behind on his set.

However, the incident broke the morale of many fans, with a number of attendees taking to Twitter to share their disappointment.

“Lil Wayne is the most disrespectful rapper ever!” one viewer tweeted furiously. Another argued that all the artists on Wayne’s Young Money were “wack,” and that’s why the crowd wasn’t as receptive.

The rapper had threatened to end his concert early during the Welcome To Tha Carter tour. In Jacksonville, Florida, the New Orleans star said he quit the show after a fan threw something on stage. Additionally, he canceled his show in Atlanta hours prior due to “unforeseen circumstances” that have still not been disclosed.

In other news, Lil Wayne will appear on Killer Mike’s upcoming solo album “Michael” on June 16 alongside Andre 3000 and Dave Chappelle. He also recently hosted a Street Fighter 6 showcase last month with Capcom.

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