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Lil Wayne May Not Perform in Bangor this Saturday

Lil Wayne May Not Perform in Bangor this Saturday

Neither Lil' Wayne or Blink 182 have commented on what Lil' Wayne said.

Last night, social media erupted after footage went viral of Wayne hinting at leaving the nationwide run.

Some in the audience said the rapper noted the lack of his fans as the reason for his discontent.

Rapper Lil Wayne appears to have quit his joint USA tour with rock band Blink-182 after telling a crowd in Virginia it was "not my swag". "(Yes, that's the same show)", tweeted WAMU 88.5 reporter Jordan Pascale. "Played for like 20 mins". "But make some noise for Blink-182 for including me anyway!"

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.

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Lil Wayne addressed the rumors Friday afternoon on Twitter, writing, "Yesterday was krazy!" "I'm not sure how long I'll be able to do this tour".

Last night, Weezy reportedly walked off stage in Bristow, VA after just four songs. Today, the rapper took to Twitter to assure fans that he won't be quitting the tour after all.

"Hold on. I just want the people to know - if you're wondering, please forgive me", the 36-year-old rapper said in a video filmed by an audience member.

Neither Lil Wayne or blink-182 have made a formal statement about the incident, but they're due to play at Darling's Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor, Maine, tomorrow (July 13).