Rapper Lil Wayne threatens concertgoers with guns after fan throws water bottle on stage

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Hey fool, put down the Purple Drank

From NY Daily News: Lil Wayne changed his tune on stage after a fan threw a water bottle in his direction.

The rapper was performing at the Jumanji Festival in Sydney, Australia, over the weekend where he made a veiled threat about how is crew has pistols, video obtained from Cerne Studios by TMZ shows.

Weezy, 35, stopped the music to address the major audience by saying: “Where I’m from… we don’t throw s–t on stage because all my n—-s got pistols and they don’t know who to shoot at.”

He then declared that if the audience threw anything else he would exit the stage and be the “bigger person.”

“Because I don’t want to kill everybody,” he continued.

It is unclear how serious Lil Wayne, whose real name is Dwayne Michael Carter, was about his crew carrying guns.

Australia has some of the strictest gun laws in the world.(This is true yet the media won’t report on how gun crime is on the rise in Australia. See my blog post from last October entitled, “How Melbourne Became a Gun City.”)

Lil Wayne has been laying low in recent months after he suffered a pair of seizures in September 2017. The rapper has suffered from multiple seizures over the years and revealed he suffers from epilepsy.

In 2016, after he suffered a pair of seizures, the spotlight shifted its focus to the artist’s well-chronicled history of using the drug cocktail, Lean (AKA “Purple Drank”). Lean is predominantly made of promethazine, codeine cough syrup and a juice.


15 responses to “Rapper Lil Wayne threatens concertgoers with guns after fan throws water bottle on stage

  1. Dude, put down the bottle, it’s making you daffy…

    Liked by 4 people

  2. All I can do is pray for people like this because God is the only one who can get through to them. Hope soon he keeps threatening people someone is going to take him seriously and pull their own gun and shoot.

    Liked by 4 people

  3. I think it’s time for “common sense rapper control” laws…

    Liked by 5 people

  4. Very mature.

    Liked by 3 people

  5. All that said, I don’t know any of his music being 64 and White, considering the culture he’s in….I think he’s one of a few that’s not Racist, Listen to this…

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    • You is “Uncle” Bob,” Bob? 😉
      Guys named Bob, I know a few, both white as snow and black as coal and they all good guys. Good to hear this. Racism is stupid no matter where it comes from.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Bob . . . . That was an excellent film clip. Perhaps more people need to see that in this instance, a white police officer saved this young black man’s life. Great addition to this article.

      Liked by 3 people

  6. Kevin J Lankford

    People who listen to that rap nonsense can’t be any brighter than those who babble it.

    Liked by 3 people

  7. He’s a rapper from the crapper.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. Whoever threw the bottle should have thrown a turd in a bag instead!

    Liked by 2 people

  9. Another Garbage A-s rapper is all Lil Wayne is, and a fake one at that. He was accused several years ago of having his lyrics written for him by another gentleman. If I was 16 years old, I wouldn’t listen to his negative crap. He’s another instrument willingly being used to continue the genocide being played out in many cities across America.Screw him!!

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    • Lavelle . . . . You are correct in your assessment of Lil Wayne. Unfortunately, he truly is a product of the environment in which he was raised. If somehow there could be some sort of a good influence coming out of the black neighborhoods, perhaps we could actually turn around the “genocide {which is} being played out in many cities across America.”

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  10. Anything is possible Auntie Lulu, but its going to be an uphill battle with a lot of resistance.

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  11. I don’t listen to rap or country “music”, though some of it can be really funny.
    At least he had self control and didn’t go spraying the audience with a flame thrower or an Uzi or something.
    Give me Milli Vanilli any day though. Or whoever really sang their songs. 😉

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