50 Cent Reacts to Lil Wayne’s Onstage Mic Problems
In a recent turn of events, the rap world was buzzing as 50 Cent weighed in on Lil Wayne’s unexpected microphone mishaps during a performance. With his signature flair and unapologetic style, 50 Cent revealed that he’s taking matters into his own hands when it comes to dealing with audio technicians.
On a fateful Saturday, September 2nd, Fif took to social media, sharing a news clip from RadarOnline that showcased Weezy grappling with microphone issues. The incident unfolded as Lil Wayne, one of DJ Khaled’s opening acts, took the stage during Beyoncé’s Renaissance tour stop in Los Angeles on September 1st.
With his trademark wit, 50 Cent captioned the post with,
“Damn, only thing left is Taylor Swift’s show.” He continued, “I fired everyone involved in the audio department. If the mic doesn’t work, your ass doesn’t work here.”
Regarding Lil Wayne’s abrupt exit from 50 Cent’s Los Angeles shows, it’s worth noting that this unfolded during 50 Cent’s performance at the Crypto.com venue on August 30th. This was the same event where 50 Cent made headlines by potentially facing felony charges after striking a Power 106 personality with a microphone.
In a strange twist of events, Weezy’s departure from the show was sparked by an incident involving one of 50’s backstage crew members. Just as Lil Wayne was about to make his appearance, a backstage member reportedly pushed him. It remains uncertain whether the push was accidental or intentional, but what’s clear is that Lil Wayne swiftly exited the backstage area, leaving the concert behind.
“He just stormed out,” revealed a backstage source. “He was in the building for about 20 minutes in total.”
The hip-hop community was left in shock, and the incident sparked a flurry of reactions and comments from fans and fellow artists alike.
What are your thoughts on this unexpected turn of events?