Lil Wayne’s daughter Reginae Carter and her boyfriend YFN Lucci got into some trouble over the weekend. While the duo was in Tennessee June 1, they ran into some issues with the cops, landing themselves in the back of cop cars.
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The last news to come from the New Orleans rapper himself was hostile. In April, Wayne threatened a crowd of fans for throwing things on stage while performing at Cannabis Cup in Sacramento.
“My New Orleans shooters will use guns if things continue to get tossed,” he said, stopping his set to get the message across.
A month before that, in March, he paused an entire performance to give concert-goers an etiquette lesson. After someone threw an unidentified object on stage during Wayne’s set, the “Lollipop” rapper cut the music and offered the crowd some friendly advice.
“So, let me letchu know… Where I’m from […] we don’t throw s**t on stage,” he began.
While the crowd boo’d Wayne right after he stopped the music, they quickly started listening to what he had to stay. It took the artist only a few minutes to stay his piece, make his point and move on.
“Because all my ni**as got pistols and they don’t know who to shoot at,” the southern rapper continued. “So, if you throw something else, Ima be more safe and Ima be the bigger person and just leave. Cause I don’t want kill everybody.”
“Let’s go,” Wayne said before continuing on with his performance.
The video of the moment, which DJ Akademiks posted on Twitter, was viewed over a million times. “Low key Lil Wayne handled that maturely. Could b worse,” Akademiks captioned the clip.
Low key Lil Wayne handled that maturely. Could b worse 🤷♂️ pic.twitter.com/EYa4XbciWd
— DJ Akademiks (@IamAkademiks) March 12, 2018
“Respect a [goat] when you’re in their presence !” a Twitter user responded. “Lmaooo the way he went back into jammin after saying that,” another tweeted. “He needa highkey talk to Birdman like that,” one fan said.
Daughter in Trouble
Following news that his first-born had a run-in with the law, no one knows how Wayne will react in the public or behind closed doors. Though he, alongside YFN Lucci, has yet to respond or offer up an explanation.
According to reports, the altercation took place in Knoxville June 1. The Shade Room shared footage a fan took, showing a gang of cop cars.