Grammy-winning singer T-Pain recently confirmed reports of being involved in a golf accident that knocked out some of the singer’s teeth.
Returning to his billing on Lil Wayne‘s “I Am Music” tour in Universal City, California, Pain clarified rumors of his accident.
“There’s a lot of talk that I flipped over in a golf cart,” Pain said. “That’s f*cking true. It did happen like three days ago. My a** is on fire right now. My side hurt, my mouth hurt. I bust my a**. I’d show you the marks, but I don’t wana pull my pants down right now. I got my teeth fixed the same day. Rich n*gga teeth. I don’t give a f*ck how many golf cats I flip over…If I was any less of a showman tonight, I apologize.” (Rap-Up)
Pain’s golf cart incident reportedly took place last Wednesday (March 25) in Texas.
T-Pain was in a golf cart accident where he injured himself losing four teeth and receiving cuts and bruises to his face. “He’s gonna be in the video,” Lil’ Kim said about Pain’s appearance in her upcoming “Download” music video. “But we gotta wait until he heals and gets better…Get better baby, we can’t wait to see you.” (Hip Hollywood)
The singer has re-joined Weezy on the “I Am Music” tour.
Lil Wayne is taking his I Am Music tour back on the road. Most of the supporting cast from the first trek — T-Pain, Keri Hilson, Gym Class Heroes and Gorrilla Zoe — are coming back too. Keyshia Cole won’t be returning. Wayne and friends start touring again March 17 in Providence, Rhode Island, and finally end on March 31 in Salt Lake City. (MTV)
Aside from his health, Pain recently received a $5 million breach of contract lawsuit after kidnapping and death threats caused him to miss a concert last month in Guyana.
Hits Jams, the Georgetown-based concert producer and promoter, along with three of its officers, also sued T-Pain’s Nappy Boy Touring and Chase Entertainment of Fort Lauderdale. T-Pain was to headline the Republic Day event on Feb. 23. Hits and Jams provided more than a dozen airline tickets for T-Pain and his entourage, including seven in first class. The contract also called for: a ”four-star hotel or better” with Cartoon Network and 24-hour room service; a stadium dressing room with a private bathroom; and bottles of Grey Goose, Gran Patron Platinum and Hennessy, and Gatorade and herbal tea. (Miami Herald)
Check out the report of T-Pain’s golf cart accident.