Multi-platinum selling rapper Lil’ Wayne has suspiciously canceled a New York venue concert for a third consecutive time.
Weezy has a history of calling off performances at Rochester’s Blue Cross Arena.
Lil Wayne canceled his second consecutive show in Rochester, NY today. The heavy amped concert with Weezy and T.I. was supposed to take place on December 6. The previous Rochester show took place on October 26th, where Wayne apparently walked out because he didn’t like the venues sound system. (Lil Wayne HQ Blog)
The rapper has once again canceled his highly-anticipated show.
Rapper Lil’ Wayne has canceled a scheduled appearance at the Blue Cross Arena for the third time. Jeff Calkins, the arena’s general manager, said he had not yet heard a reason for canceling the concert, which was set for Wednesday. Refunds are available at the point of sale: Consumers may take tickets to the Blue Cross box office or contact Ticketmaster (585-232-1900) by Feb. 6. (Democrat & Chronicle)
He has recently been spotted on the nationwide “I Am Music” tour.
The cross country tour will feature special appearances by T-Pain, Keyshia Cole, Gym Class Heroes and Keri Hilson. Beginning on the East Coast, Weezy will make stops in Houston, Oakland, Detroit, Chicago, Atlanta, Charlotte and other spots before ending in January. (SOHH)