He’s been laying relatively low as of late, but Lil Wayne is just gearing up for his upcoming “I Am Music II” tour.
The “Mrs. Officer” rapper announced the official show dates earlier today, and he’s bringing quite the entourage on the road with him.
Weezy will have opening acts like Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, Travis Barker and Mixmaster Mike opening up his shows and getting the crowds hyped up.
The I Am Music II tour dates are:
» 3/18 – Buffalo, NY @ HSBC Arena
» 3/19 – Columbus, OH @ Nationwide Arena
» 3/20 – Baltimore, MD @ First Mariner Arena
» 3/23 – Hampton, VA @ Hampton Coliseum
» 3/24 – Cleveland, OH @ Quicken Loans Arena
» 3/26 – Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center
» 3/27 – Long Island, NY @ Nassau Coliseum
» 3/30 – University Park, PA @ Bryce Jordan Center
» 4/1 – Chicago, IL @ United Center
» 4/2 – Auburn Hills, MI @ The Palace of Auburn Hills
» 4/3 – Washington, D.C. @ Verizon Center
» 4/6 – Miami, FL @ Bank Atlantic Center
» 4/8 – Greensboro, NC @ Greensboro Coliseum
» 4/9 – Atlanta, GA @ Philips Arena
» 4/10 – St. Louis, MO @ Scottrade Center
» 4/14 – New Orleans, LA New Orleans Arena
» 4/15 – Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Arena
» 4/16 – Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
» 4/19 – Phoenix, AZ @ US Airways Arena
» 4/23 – Anaheim, CA @ Honda Center
» 4/24 – Oakland, CA @ Oracle Arena
» 4/26 – Sacramento, CA @ ARCO Arena
» 4/28 – Edmonton, AB @ Rexall Place
» 4/29 – Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena
Certainly enjoying himself now that he’s back in the wing of being a free man, Lil Wayne is the center of attention in the new issue of Rolling Stone magazine.
Posing shirtless for the cover, the hip-hop star chatted about topics surrounding his time in lockup for the publication that’s set to hit newsstands on January 21st.
Highlights from the interview are as follows:
On the books he read in prison: “[Anthony Kiedis’] Scar Tissue was really good,” he says. “I also read the Bible for the first time. It was deep! I liked the parts where some character was once this, but he ended up being that. Like he’d be dissing Jesus, and then he ends up being a saint. That was cool.”
On not being invited to cellmates’ Uno games because he was too good at the game: “They’d be like, ‘Oh, we thought you were asleep.’ Like you can’t look inside my cell and see that I’m right there! We ain’t got no doors!”
On dealing with solitary confinement: “Solitary was the worst. No TV. No radio. No commissary. Basically you’re in there 23 hours a day.” The only upside was he had a window where he could watch cars go by. “I used to sit at that motherf-er all day,” he says
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