Lil Wayne Denies Seizure Report After Concert No-Show
Bad luck, Curacao.
Willemstad, Curacao – Lil Wayne with the back of your set in the SummerFall concert in Curacao this weekend. The reason for this? It depends who you believe.
Weezy was scheduled to headline the festival on the Caribbean island on the north coast of Venezuela, on Saturday (26 November), next to a monster formation that also featured Rick Ross, Meek Mill, French Montana, Fat Joe, Jeremih, Yo Gotti and more.
A photo posted by Lil Wayne (@liltunechi) on November 3, 2016 at 4:51pm PDT
The concert promoters claim that Weezy team said on Friday (25 November) that he would be unable to perform his set because he had suffered a seizure, according to TMZ — in spite of Wayne's camp told the site that he was leaving the event through a "breach of contract".
The promotion of the company behind the reserve released a statement on Facebook, denying that claim.
Already there have been several reports of Wayne having medical emergencies in the year 2016. The past month of June, his private jet was forced to land twice after that apparently suffered seizures while in the air. He was hospitalized after the second landing. Then, in July, there were also rumours that he missed a show at the Tao nightclub in Las Vegas because of an attack, although he later dismissed the reports as a "false alarm" on Twitter. Their attacks also made headlines in 2012 and 2013.
Wayne and his team have downplayed the health problems throughout the years, saying that they are a result of their epilepsy rather than their recreational use of the mass.