Lil Wayne cancelled his show at The Venue in Minneapolis on Sunday night after security attempted to search the rapper and his his crew.
Hundreds of fans were suddenly left with no plans after Wayne refused to go on with the show. The Venue released a statement today to clarify what happened and promised to issue concertgoers their money back.
According to the lawsuit, Mark Jones says he was hired to drive Wayne and his entourage to a Buffalo hotel. When he pulled over for gas Wayne became irate and started berating him, causing him to become so alarmed he continued without refueling up. Jones says Wayne kept the abuse going, threatening to pistol whip him, “whip [his] ass” and finish the job by killing him.
Jones says at that point things escalated, and Wayne came at him with a gun, cocked it at close range and demanded, “I want to get to the hotel now.” Continue reading →
4 people have reportedly been gun down at Lil Wayne‘s home in Miami Beach today, March 11. This is a preliminary report.
Police responded to the rapper’s home after reports of shots fired. Other reports say that local police have not been able to make contact with anyone within the house. Yet another report says the incident may be the result of a “swatting,” where someone places a false 911 call in order to prompt a full force response from authorities.