LAPD Puts A Snag In YG's 'Drake Vs. Lil' Wayne' Appearances
Looks like the LAPD won’t let YG be great. Just after the announcement that the rapper would be joining Drake and Lil’ Wayne on their California stops for their joint tour, YG took to Instagram last night with news that he was banned from two dates:
Irvine/Hollywood , the LAPD ain't letting me perform at the #DrakeVsWayne dates today and Monday. All that giving bak must don't matter
— YG (@YG) September 19, 2014
SEE ALSO: That One Time YG Pulled Out A Gun At Church… The “Drake vs. Lil’ Wayne” tour hit the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Irvine last night without an appearance from YG, and the My Krazy Life rapper will also be absent from the tour’s Hollywood Bowl show on Monday (Sept. 22). A source revealed to MTV News that the police department called for extra security at the venues due to YG’s appearance, a request that would cost promoters an extra $120,000. “We been fighting tooth and nail to get it, we finally got it and now they want to take it away,” the source said. “YG has a professional team around him.” YG is now looking to meet with the LAPD to resolve the issue, according to MTV.