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Lil Wayne Not Quitting Blink-182 Tour After Walking Offstage

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By Gary Trock

Lil Wayne is not even halfway through his North American tour with Blink-182, and even though he walked offstage, he's not quitting yet.

Weezy was performing Thursday night at Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow, Virginia.

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He stopped the music mid-song and announced, "I just want the people to know, if you’re wondering, please forgive me, but I am so not used to performing to a crowd… and there’s not too many… that’s not my swag."

Wayne has reportedly been miserable while on tour, and confirmed as much when he told the crowd, "I’m not sure how long I’m gonna be able to do this tour but make some noise for Blink-182 for including me anyway. This might be my last night, though."

Audience members began tweeting that Wayne was complaining about the size of the crowd, and walked off stage after only singing 4 songs.

However, sources directly connected to the tour tell The Blast Wayne is not done, and was simply having a rough night.

Our source added, "Lil Wayne is Lil Wayne," and it's understood that he may be a little eccentric at times, but we're told he's still fully committed to the Summer Tour.

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As we reported, the tour kicked off June 27th in Columbus, OH and will travel all around North America before ending back in Ohio in September.

In the announcement video, Lil Wayne and Blink teamed up for a mash-up video of their hits, including "What's My Age Again?" and "A Milli."

Travis Barker and Weezy have worked together before, but it's unclear why this go around is causing so much trouble for the rapper.

During the concert, a Blink-182 crew member complained about Weezy leaving the stage "40 minutes" early in a now-deleted Tweet.

Neither Wayne nor Blink have responded to the controversy since the rapper walked offstage.

The next performance is scheduled for Saturday in Bangor, Maine, however it's unclear if Wayne will be performing.

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