On going legal issues have forced Atlanta rapper T.I. to cancel a highly anticipated upcoming show next weekend in Pennsylvania.
T.I. was supposed to his the stage at Penn State's Bryce Jordan Center next Friday (September 24th), but organizers have announced the show has been unexpectedly canceled.
According to the Bryce Jordan Center, fans can get refunds from their point of purchase, while credit card holders will automatically be reimbursed for their purchases.
The concert cancelation comes on the heels of T.I.'s recent arrest in Los Angeles for drug possession.
Police found ecstasy on T.I. and his wife Tameka "Tiny" Cottle, after the rapper allegedly made an illegal U-turn on the Sunset Strip, in his Maybach on September 2nd.
Both T.I. and his Tiny have been charged with possession of a controlled substance, just six months after the rapper was released from prison after serving a year for attempting to purchase machine guns.
The news of the concert cancelation comes as the rapper's fate as a spokesman with Axe is in question.
Reps for the body wash issued a statement earlier this month, chastising the rapper for his drug arrest, which could violate the terms of his probation and send him back to prison.
"We are troubled by this arrest," an AXE rep said in a statement. "In order to preserve the legal process, AXE will comment at a later time, as appropriate. In the meantime, we are reviewing our promotional activities."
He'll miss a little over a month, but if things go according to schedule, Lil Wayne will be out of prison in time to catch most of the NFL season. Last week, the season kicked off with Wayne's home team, Super Bowl champions the New Orleans Saints, beating Weezy's favorite player, Brett Favre, and the Minnesota Vikings.
As Young Money President Mack Maine told MTV News recently, Weezy is elated that Favre didn't hang up his shoulder pads and go into retirement.
"He's loving that," Maine said of Wayne's feelings about Favre's decision to play his 20th year in the league. "That gives [Wayne] more incentive to watch this year, because that's his favorite player. Shout-out to Brett too. Brett reached out, and he made sure I told Wayne that. That was the first thing [Brett] asked when he got back to camp, really. [Vikings tackle] Bryant McKinnie is one of our friends, B-Mac. [Favre] asked B-Mac, 'How you been?' B-Mac answered. And he was like, 'How's Wayne?' That was his second question to B-Mac. Those two are real good friends. He said, 'Let [Wayne] know I been praying for him and send him my love.' So I let Wayne know that. He said, 'You just brightened my spirits up for the rest of the month.' He was real excited."
Maine said he thinks #4 should have another stellar season — just as long as he has security. "I think Favre should be good," Mack said of the future Hall of Famer. "The offensive line gotta make sure they protect him. They don't need him getting beat like that."
It's safe to say we'll see Wayne somewhere watching the field this year after he's released in November. Mack said the Fireman will also be courtside watching the NBA's most-talked-about team. "Wayne's pretty excited," Mack said, bringing up the Miami Heat's dream team of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. "And you know we live in Miami. We'll be going to those Heat games too. I had to throw that in there. LeBron, we got our floor seats already. D. Wade. Bosh!"