AceShowbiz - Lil Wayne isn't here for any disrespectful behavior. While performing at Jacksonville's VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Florida, the Young Money honcho cussed out a concert-goer who threw something at him while he was onstage.
Tunechi only started his set at the Friday, August 19 gig when one of the audience members tossed an object, seemingly a flag, at him. He was in the midst of performing "Blunt Blowin" when the thing interrupted him, prompting the rapper to pause his perfomance.
Making it clear that he didn't appreciate having things thrown at him, the 39-year-old hip-hop star told the crowd, "This my first song. If a n***a gonna be throwing s**t at me, I ain't gonna do another song and I'll get my a** right up out this muthaf***ka. It's called respect. So like I said, if a n***a gonna be throwing s**t at me, then I don't respect that person."
He added, "If you know who that was that threw that s**t, tell him I said f**k him and suck on a muthaf**kin d**k." He continued his expletive-laden rant, "You little p***y b***h! Throwing flags at me - n***a, that s**t ain't even real, f**k wrong with you? P***y muthaf**ka, let's go!"
The crowd continued to scream and yell as Wayne spoke. Some people even erupted in a "Weezy!" Chant.
Following the brief snafu, things were smooth sailing from there. The rapper got to finish the rest of his set. He performed some of his hits, including "No Worries", "Rich As F**k", "Lollipop", "Mrs. Officer", "Bedrock", "Steady Mobbin' " and "A Milli".
That aside, Tunechi recently revealed that his new album "Tha Carter VI" is coming soon. He made the exciting announcement in a video on his TikTok account on Sunday, August 7. "What up, y'all, Tunechi here. Thank you. [I] ain't s**t without you," he said at the time. "I'm not sure if you heard, but 'Carter VI' is on the way," he teased.