A few nights ago in Houston, Drake brought J.Prince’s son Jas, on stage and presented him with a Lamborghini for his 23rd birthday. Jas was the liaison that introduced Drizzy to Lil Wayne. Hopefully, it came with a full tank of gas.
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Before Soulja Boy even had a chance to “Crank That” in the nation’s capital, cops cancelled his concert at the Ibiza nightclub on Saturday night (October 30).
According to wenn.com, police shut down the show after several fights broke out in the audience. Yet that wasn’t all, SB initially had an altercation with promoters over his bill for the performance.
“I’m so sorry to disappoint my DC fans but the promoters did not have all the money I still tried to perform but I couldn’t even get inside,” he wrote on his Twitter account this morning.
Adding, “I tried to perform for free! But it was so many fights at the side door that the police shut it down! My apologies I will be back!
His first public appearance after that?
Well, the final stop of Drake's Light Dreams and Nightmares Tour is November 6 in Las Vegas, two days after Wayne's scheduled release.
"I would just advise you to book a ticket out there. If you can get tickets to that show on the 6th, I would strongly advise it," Drake told MTV News about the possibility of reuniting with his mentor onstage.
Wayne is expected to travel to Miami upon his release and reunite with his family. The rapper is the father to four children, including offspring with actress Lauren London and singer Nivea. Bryan "Baby" Willams, the head of his label, Cash Money Records, has repeatedly insisted that Weezy will spend time with his family after being away from them for eight months.
"I think what's important, we want to see family first," the Birdman told MTV News last month when asked about a rumored Big Apple concert on the day of Wayne's release. "If the concert happens, it happens. But right now, we just want to come home and see our family and party, I think. That's what we gonna do: just come to Miami, and just party for a minute. Work and party and play. Have the whole team out here, and we gonna do it up. Miami is gonna be Weezy world. Weezy weekend."
Lil Wayne has managed to remain successful while away from the spotlight. He was named #7 on the 2010 Hottest MCs list, his album I Am Not A Human Being debuted at number one on the charts, and his Drake collaboration "Right Above It" currently rests at number 20 on the Billboard "Hot 100" chart.
Throughout his career, Eminem may have been involved in his share of media beefs, but lately, he's showing nothing but love for the Young Money crew. His aggressive Nicki Minaj collaboration, "Roman's Revenge," came out over the weekend, when he also called into DJ Whoo Kid's show on Em's own Shade 45 satellite radio station and discussed how much he's looking forward to Lil Wayne's impending release from prison.
"I'm definitely looking forward to Wayne getting out," MTV's 2010 Hottest MC in the Game told the New York DJ on Saturday. "I can't wait to hear what he comes up with next." With a series of Weezy songs already on the charts, the Detroit MC admitted that the lyricist's comeback is set to shake up the music scene, saying, "Yeah man, it's going to be real interesting."
In the meantime, Wayne and Em's "No Love" collaboration has been in heavy rotation. Calling himself a "spokesperson" for victims of bullying, Eminem said it was easy to link that topic with the song's lyrics.
"As far as conceptually with the video, we felt like that's kind of what the song was saying — kicking somebody when they're down or somebody being bullied or picking on somebody," he explained. "So we kind of just came up with that concept and went with it for the video."
With Recovery still riding high on the charts, many fans have wondered whether the MC will hit the road for a tour. Unfortunately, Em admitted that while he has a series of shows lined up, he has no plans for a full-length tour at the moment.
"I'm doing a lot of spot dates here and there like different places and sh--, but we haven't launched [a tour]," he said. "We don't have any plans in the near future right now to go all out with a full-fledged tour or anything like that. I'm kind of just doing things like different cities and dipping in and out, which is basically what I have been doing. I have a show in Brazil coming up next week."