Lil' Wayne Ain't Going To Rehab, Young Buck Still Signed To G-Unit

ImageDays after his Arizona arrest, the stage offered an outlet to a furious Lil' Wayne, who verbally tore into his entourage at a show date in Virginia before reuniting with former Cash Money rapper Young Buck the next night in Tennessee.

An Arizona court date delayed Weezy's appearance in Richmond, VA, Friday (Jan. 25) but once the rapper finally arrived onstage, he made his frustrations clear by verbally ripping into members of his entourage.

"I just flew in about ten minutes ago--I just had to deal with a whole lot of bullshit," Wayne addressed the crowd. "I want you to know that none of you up in this building have nothing to do with this attitude I got right now. I'm not the most happiest man right now."

Wayne delivered a scathing glare and pointed at the men onstage behind him as he finished, "When your friends turn their back on you and say they're gonna be there for you..... I just want all the motherfuckers that been with me that aint' gone never be with me again to know, I did it for y'all! Those who won't be with me no more, Die!"

Wayne, whose real name is Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr., was arrested in Yuma County, AZ on last Tuesday (Jan. 22). The arrest occurred around 11:30 p.m. after a Border Patrol dog alerted agents to the presence of illegal drugs on his bus. Law enforcement discovered 105 grams of marijuana, 29 grams of cocaine, 41 grams of ecstasy and $22,000 belonging to the rapper during their search of the vehicle. Two members of Wayne's entourage were also arrested.

Felony charges were filed against Wayne on Friday. He is facing one count each of possession of dangerous drugs, possession of narcotics and possession of drug paraphernalia; despite those charges, Weezy assured Richmond concertgoers that drugs aren't the problem.

"Everybody want to talk about the boy on too much drugs and Baby need to take me to rehab," Wayne told the crowd. "I just want everyone to know one thing. A junkie can't do what I do! I tried to tell you can't no drug, can't no bitch, can't no nigga, none of that can fade me! I am the ultimate high. I am my drug. You understand me? I just want the motherfuckers that's wit me to know it ain't about what I'm on, it's about what I do! And this is what the fuck I do!"

Saturday night's crowd in Chattanooga was also treated to a guest appearance by Tennessee native Young Buck, sparking rumors that the Nashville rapper is leaving G-Unit Records and re-signing to Cash Money. In an interview, Buck has acknowledged distancing himself from G-Unit with his latest project, however a rep for Young Buck confirmed that he is still with G-Unit and has not signed with Cash Money.

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