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Lil Wayne on stage

Someone Threw A Beer At Lil Wayne, And He Wasn't Happy About It

One fan learned the hard way that it's not a good idea to throw beer at Lil Wayne.

Write this down: Do not throw beer at Lil Wayne.

While on stage at his Fort Lauderdale stop for the Sorry 4 The Wait 2 “Release Partiez” tour last night (Mar. 21), a heckler caught Weezy's attention – in a very negative way. Before getting into his set, the Young Money rapper outed an audience member for launching a beer onto the stage.

“Before I get started, somebody threw a motherfuckin’ beer at me. I know it ain’t nothing but a motherfuckin’ white boy, ‘cause niggas don’t drink no fuckin’ beer,” he pointed out.

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Lil Wayne #revolutionlive. Shout outs to my cousin @whoissteviej , @acehood @mackmaineymcmb

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Another video clip shows the heckler (believed to have been the beer launcher) being handled – in a very non-Olivia Pope manner. This leads us to the conclusion that it may be a good idea to keep your beer in-hand at a Lil Wayne show:

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