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Lil Wayne may be a citizen of the Blink-182 tour, saying the audience is "not my swag"



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Blink-182 and Lil Wayne undoubtedly weigh against their respective genres, but it does Not necessarily those natural bedfellows. Fans of both acts crumpled their foreheads at the latest announcement that they would go on a massive 38-day tour this summer, and it turns out that the skepticism may have been justified. By XXL Weezy bent on Thursday's set in Bristow, Virginia, for a moment to apologize to the audience and hint that he might well abandon the tour, slated to run through mid-September.

"I just want the people to know, if you wonder, forgive me, but I'm not used to doing a crowd … and it's not too many … it's not my swag," he said . "I'm not sure how long I will be able to do this tour, but make some sound for Blink-182 to include me anyway. However, it may be my last night. Let's go." Watch video below along with some tweets from they presence.

An official statement is coming, but it doesn't look good. Remember when the metal action Cold opened for Weezer back in 2001? No? Just us? Well, it didn't work either. Anyway, at least, Bristow fans got to hear "Mutt" that night.


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