News: Drake Brings Out "Lil" Surprise At Final Las Vegas Show
Sunday, Nov 7, 2010 6:46AM
Young Money rapper Drake surprised Las Vegas fans last night by bringing out a special uninvited guest in the form of his boss, Lil Wayne.
Living up to the rumors, Drizzy brought out the freshly released rap star.
Last night, Drake performed the last show of his Light Dreams and Nightmares tour in Las Vegas at the Hard Rock Hotel. Tyga, Lloyd and Birdman were a few of the guests in attendance. With Lil Wayne fresh out of jail, there were rumors and speculation that he would be performing at this show. No one had an answer until Drake performed "Miss Me" and Lil Wayne ran out to join him on stage. (Karen Civil)
While on-stage, the duo performed tracks including Drizzy's Thank Me Later single, "Miss Me."
But then Lil Wayne stormed the stage midway through "Miss Me" causing the capacity crowd to erupt in cheers. "I was gone 'til November, but I didn't trip cause I know he was gonna get 'em," Wayne rapped, tweaking his lyrcs and pointing to Drake. Wayne wore black jeans, white sneakers, a black skully hat and was shirtless as he stopped after his performance to address the audience. "I'm back," he said. "It feels good to be back. If you love me like I love you, please make some motherf---ing noise." (MTV)
Earlier in the week, it was rumored that Weezy would be surprising fans at the show.
According to People, he has been spending time with family since his release, but this weekend he will have an all-out homecoming bash in Las Vegas and Miami in South Beach. He is rumored to be joining fellow rapper Drake on his opening show for his Light Dreams and Nightmares Tour on Saturday. Drake hinted at the possibility, saying, "I would just advise you to book a ticket out there." (The Celebrity Cafe)
Prior to his release last Thursday, Wayne served out roughly eight months behind bars for a gun conviction.
Rapper Lil Wayne has been released from Jail and this is really some good news for him, as he has spent almost eight months at the Rickers Island Prison facility. Wayne has been one of the most influential and successful rappers in the US music industry. And it was the earlier this year that he had been sent to the prison for gun possession. (That's Famous)
Check out footage from the show below: