The co-headline run is only two weeks in.
UPDATE // July 12: Lil Wayne has since clarified, and announced that he won't be leaving the blink-182 tour via a tweet:
Yesterday was krazy! But I want all my fans to know I won’t be quitting this tour! I’m having too much fun with my bros blink-182. Bangor,ME See you tomorrow!— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) July 12, 2019
ORIGINAL STORY // July 12: Two weeks into his co-headline tour of North America with blink-182, Lil Wayne is reportedly considering leaving the tour, citing that it's "not [his] swag".
In a video recorded by a fan at the venue, Lil Wayne stopped his set mid-song to say “Hold on, 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.
“I’m not sure how long I’m going to be able to do this tour, but make some noise for blink-182 for including me anyway. This might be my last night though. Let’s go.”
Check out the video below:
Reports from fans at the show last night at Bristow, Virginia's Jiffy Lube Live Arena state that the rapper walked out on his set four songs in, after saying “ain’t enough of y’all *** here, I’m out”.
Lil Wayne said “ain’t enough of y’all *** here, I’m out”— kish (@k_kishh) July 12, 2019
AND STRAIGHT UP LEFT THE SET AFTER 4 SONGS... IM DEAD����♀️�� (but at least I got some videos) pic.twitter.com/KSVUHkPQND
Other reports coming through from fans in attendance at last night's show back up the story, adding that Lil Wayne said that this might be his last night on the tour.
Wow , @LilTunechi just said this maybe his last night in the Blink 182 tour. Cited the lack of rap fans/his fans— Kingmoe83 (@ikingmoe) July 12, 2019
As yet, no official statement has been released by either Lil Wayne or blink-182. But fellow tourmate Dani Abasi from Neck Deep has added "Don't leave us [Lil Wayne] we love you and your whole team".
Don't leave us @LilTunechi we love you and your whole team ❤️��— Daиi Abasi (@DaniNeckDeep) July 12, 2019
blink-182 still have 26 dates remaining on their North American 'Enema Of The State' tour. Check out the full list of tour dates below:
13 - BANGOR Darling's Waterfront Pavillion
16 - CUYAHOGA FALLS Blossom Music Center
17 - DARIEN CENTER Darien Lake Ampitheatre
20 - VIRGINIA BEACH Veterans United Home Loans Ampitheatre
23 - CHARLOTTE PNC Music Pavillion
25 - WEST PALM BEACH Coral Sky Ampitheatre
26 - TAMPA MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Ampitheatre
27 - ATLANTA Cellaris Ampitheatre at Lakewood
29 - JACKSONVILLE Daily's Place
31 - HOUSTON Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavillion
01 - AUSTIN Austin360 Ampitheatre
02 - DALLAS The Dos Equis Pavillion
04 - EL PASO Son Haskins Center
05 - PHOENIX Ak-Chin Pavillion
07 - SAN DIEGO North Island Credit Union Ampitheatre
08 - LOS ANGELES The Forum
27 - IRVINE FivePoint Ampitheatre
30 - PORTLAND Sunlight Supply Ampitheatre
02 - SALT LAKE CITY USANA Ampitheatre
04 - DENVER Pepsi Center
06 - WICHITA Hartman Arena
07 - COUNCIL BLUFFS Stir Cove
08 - KANSAS CITY Providence Medical Center Ampitheatre
10 - DETROIT DTE Energy Music Theatre
14 - ST. LOUIS Hollywood Casino Ampitheatre
16 - CINCINNATI Riverbend Music Center