Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne showed support for Kendrick Lamar at last weekend's Power 106 Cali Christmas Concert by hitting the stage but what reportedly happened behind the scenes is now making major headlines.
According to reports, Weezy F. Baby found himself engaged in a pretty intense physical altercation.
Lil Wayne got into a serious backstage brawl at a Power 106 concert this weekend in Los Angeles. Lil Wayne showed up to the Power 106 Cali Christmas show to perform his verse on Kendrick Lamar's song "No Worries." Unfortunately "no worries" did NOT influence the rest of the night and somehow Lil Wayne ended up in fisticuffs. "Punches were thrown but no arrests were made," an eyewitness tells Hollyscoop exclusively, "It was a serious fight and was witnessed by everyone who was backstage." It's unclear what they were fighting about or who the other guy was. Lil Wayne's Twitter account does not shed any light on the situation. His last tweet was sent late last night and it was about his skater-clothes brand, Trukfit. (Hollyscoop)
Wayne along with a slew of other hip-hop stars showed up to last weekend's Cali concert.
It was a night full of surprises as Power 106 presented its annual Cali Christmasconcert at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City on Friday night. Followingperformances from The Weeknd, Big Sean, Rick Ross, Meek Mill, and 2 Chainz, the new king of the West Coast, Kendrick Lamar, closed out the evening with a crowd-pleasing set. In addition to performing A$AP Rocky's "F**kin' Problems" and cuts off his critically-acclaimed debut good kid, m.A.A.d city, he brought out his TDE family including ScHoolboy Q and Jay Rock. J. Cole rocked with him on "Nobody's Perfect," but the biggest surprise of the night was when Lil Wayne hit the stage to perform "No Worries." (Rap-Up)
Weezy reportedly entered the stage sporting his signature Trukfit clothing.
Fans mouthed every word to the infectious hook and then bounced along to the dripping drums of "Poetic Justice," but the Top Dawg rapper saved his best trick for last. First there was an a capella recital of his 2010 mixtape banger "Michael Jordan." "I'm too much for these n---as, I'm three much for these ho's/ Wayne told me that and that's just how it goes," he rhymed right before Lil Wayne ran out onstage wearing a Trukfit hoodie and colorful board shorts, shouting the words to his latest single "No Worries." (MTV)
No stranger to violence in the Golden State, Weezy allegedly approved West Coast rapper Game to fight a rap foe at his birthday party last September.
"No, because 211 at Lil Wayne's party was after [the] 40 Glocc [fight]," Game said in an interview. "He was like one of Young Jeezy's artists. He was wrapped up in that whole 40 Glocc thing, they was kinda together in it and I caught him at Weezy's birthday party, I told Wayne -- 'I can't give him a pass.' So how am I going to do this since it's Wayne's birthday party? So I just went up to Wayne like, 'Look, this LA, y'all here, it's a wonderful birthday party, you're my guy -- I gotta put hands on this dude' and Weezy was like, 'Go ahead Blood.' And I was like, 'Whoa.' So then I took it a step further and went to Baby -- I told Baby the same thing and Baby was like, 'Go ahead.'" (Hot 97)