Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne wants fans to know it’s never a good idea to throw stuff at him during a live show. New footage has surfaced of Weezy F. Baby warning a group of fans about putting their own lives in danger by attacking him.

In the new clip, Weezy F. Baby is seen warning fans at last weekend’s Jumanji Festival in Sydney about messing up his set.

“Okay, so let me let you know. Where I’m from, I think y’all know that’s the stage. We don’t throw sh*t on stage because all my n*ggas got pistols and they don’t know who to shoot at. So if you throw something else, I’m gonna be more safe and be the bigger person and just leave ’cause I don’t want to kill everybody.” (TMZ)

Yesterday, the Internet went nuts over Wayne low-key reuniting with Cash Money boss Birdman in Miami.

Last night, Lil Wayne and Birdman reunited once again at LIV nightclub in Miami, Florida during #LIVonSundays. As well as Tunechi and Baby, other people in attendance that night were 2 Chainz, Mack Maine, Brian Williams Jr., and more. (Lil Wayne HQ)

Recently, Birdman promised to soon deliver Lil Wayne’s long-delayed Tha Carter V album.

“He is the best ever to me,” he said. “A lot of success comes from under his umbrella. I think it’s gonna be the biggest album of 2018, one of them. Without a doubt. It’s gonna be well worth the wait.” (Rap-Up)

In August 2017, Lil Wayne explained why he would not put out Tha Carter V in a rushed effort to satisfy fans.

“Of course you’re going to see Tha Carter V. I just don’t want to put it out the wrong way. Honestly, I can do what I want at any time. The fans deserve it to be right and that’s how it’s gonna be. I’ma make sure it’s right. I can drop whatever I want to drop. That’s why I keep dropping whatever I want to drop. But, I’m not going to give Carter V the wrong way.” (Q93)