Allegedly Robbing His Tracks & Letting Him Rot In Jail
Lil’ Wayne’s newest tour sells out Bryce Jordan Arena & Nassau Coliseum in Pennsylvania in New York.
Last week, it was announced that Lil Wayne along with Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, Travis Barker and Mix Master Mike would be returning to arenas throughout North America. The tour billed, “I Am Still Music”, has since garnered much attention especially from Penn State students at The Bryce Jordan Arena in State College, PA.
Students there lined up 24 hours in advance for a special pre-sale for the tour, which is set to feature performances by Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj, Travis Parker and Mix Master Mike. After it was all over, the concert set for March 30th at Bryce Jordan Arena was sold out, selling an amounted 10,000 tickets within only an hour.
This comes after LiveNation.com reported that the scheduled March 27th tour stop at Nassau Coliseum in Long Island, NY was also sold out, with a little over 11,000 tickets selling in a matter of 30 minutes. Since then according to Ticketmaster, the crew has added an additional date, March 28th with tickets being available for purchase at this moment.
Produced by Live Nation/Haymon Ventures, Lil Wayne’s “I Am Still Music” tour is set to officially kick off in Buffalo, NY on March 18th at the HSBC Arena, concluding on April 29th, 2011 at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver. Additional dates will be announced soon.
Tickets are currently available at LiveNation.com.
Raise the roof! After thinking it over, Uncle Luke has decided to run for Mayor of Dade County following the recall of Carlos Alvarez on March 15th. He gave an interview with Miami New Times on his campaign and why he’s the best man for the job.
New Times: Why are you running? Are you crazy?
Luther Campbell: I am mad frustrated. I have always been involved in politics, going back to my battles in the city of Miami Beach, dealing with the city commissioners and the mayor. I ran my own nightclub, and I believed African-Americans were treated badly during Memorial Day weekend.
I’ve thought about running for public office before, but someone would always end up talking me out of it, saying, “We have this good person here, he will do good for the community,” so I always backed out. But I’d end up frustrated because they didn’t do anything. I’d give them ideas and they would just tell me what they wanted to hear.
I get in my car, ride around Liberty City, and everything looks the same as when I was in the neighborhood growing up. I see the same crimes in the same areas. Officers and residents are still getting killed in the community I grew up in. I go to a city like Atlanta that has sensible affordable housing, and no one is being murdered. I go to Miami International Airport and see the same construction that has been going on for like a hundred years. All of that frustrates the hell out of me. Why aren’t we getting it right in Miami-Dade? Why is our government only serving one set of people? That’s what is pushing me to run.
Tech N9ne and Yelawolf were recently in the studio in Atlanta and started working on a new track entitled, “Worldwide Choppers”. So far the song will also feature speed demons, Busta Rhymes and Twista.
XXL got the scoop today that Scarface has been in custody and held without bail since October 13 at Montgomery County Jail in Texas. The rapper is detained for failing to pay child support in four separate cases and for an unknown federal charge. With Willie D locked up as well, this makes 2/3 of the Geto Boys behind bars.