Lil Wayne was not pleased when a fan reportedly tossed a water bottle onstage during a recent show in Australia.

So he stopped the music at the Jumanji Festival in Sydney and let fans know that they’d better not do something like that again – or else there could be grave consequences.

“Ok, so let me let you know, where I’m from – I think you all know that’s the states – we don’t throw (expletive) on stage because all my (expletive) got pistols and they don’t know where to shoot at,” the multiplatinum rapper said to the crowd.

The situation was documented in a video obtained by TMZ as well as on social media (warning: offensive language in videos).

Low key Lil Wayne handled that maturely. Could b worse 🤷‍♂️

— DJ Akademiks (@IamAkademiks) March 12, 2018

Of course, it’s unclear whether Wayne’s crew was actually packing heat in Australia, which reportedly has some of the world’s strictest gun control laws. But the rapper made it clear that fans shouldn’t test him.

“So, if you throw something else, I’m going be more safe and I’m going to be the bigger person and just leave, because I don’t want to kill everybody,” Wayne said.

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The rapper had “been laying low in recent months after he suffered a pair of seizures in September 2017,” according to the New York Daily News. But threatening fans with gun violence is definitely not a good way to return to the spotlight.

Wayne crafted some of the finest hip-hop music of the 21st century during his heyday, but those days were long ago. It’s been 10 years since he released his best effort, 2008’s “Tha Carter III,” which stands as one of the greatest albums in hip-hop history.

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Source:: East Bay – Entertainment


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Rapper Lil Wayne warns fans: ‘I don’t want to kill everybody’

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