Lil Wayne Full Meltdown at 2016 Medical Cannabis Concentrates Cup

Photo by Joe Schaefer

We have no idea why, after a stellar performance by B.o.B, Lil Wayne suddenly ended his performance after just four songs at last night’s HIGH TIMES Medical Cannabis Concentrates Cup in San Bernardino. We are truly baffled by why Lil Wayne would do this in front of thousands of Cannabis Cup attendees—in total disregard for his fans—and are awaiting an explanation from his team, since he was contractually committed to performing for an hour.

HIGH TIMES works tirelessly to produce professional events that are entertaining, educational and fun for the thousands of marijuana and music enthusiasts who attend our Cannabis Cups. We have a rich history of bringing superstar musical talent to Cannabis Cups, including Wiz Khalifa, The Roots, De La Soul, Wyclef Jean, The Game, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz and many more.

HIGH TIMES puts on nearly a dozen successful events a year all over the country, and we have never experienced anything like Lil Wayne’s bizarre behavior. This post will be updated if we hear back from Lil Wayne and his team.

More Coverage from the 2016 Medical Cannabis Concentrates Cup:
2016 Medical Cannabis Concentrates Cup: Friday Kickoff
2016 Medical Cannabis Concentrates Cup: Saturday Photos
2016 Medical Cannabis Concentrates Cup: Day 2 Recap
Lil Wayne Full Meltdown at 2016 Medical Cannabis Concentrates Cup

  1. It’s High Times’s fault for booking him. Nobody wanted to vibe to little wayne. Book artists that are good and are 100% 420. Wayne is trash.

    1. your opinion, but maybe you might want to look into his health issues and just be glad he was able to perform 4 songs

        1. nobody “does this to themselves”. Shit happens, man. We have to fucking help eachother. Leaving people in ditches might be your stupid way of solving the world’s problems, but people make mistakes…and many of us learn from them. Some of us take longer. Oooh-la-la, we’re not ALL like you, mr Perfect.

          1. If an alcoholic keeps drinking he will damage his liver and die. Thats not his fault????? Lil wayne’s health issues are related to his frequent consumption of the opiate drink called “lean.” Educate yourself you fool.

          2. Hes a million dollar FAM.

            Nobody needs to be famous and belligerent… He acts and behave like a man who has it all… And doesnt really know what to do with his life besides make more paper… And what? Give his life to Jesus?

            Meh. Rap is dead. Its a propoganda stunt pushing blacks to be poor while avoiding the draft for military service.

      1. Where you there motherfucker? I was and the crowd actually booed him. Suck a dick flavored lollypop

  2. you signed a contract wayne,so,guess you aint gettin paid . wtf was your problem anyway,the heat??

  3. Maybe he had some sort of health emergency and needed to go backstage and take care of it. From the video clips I’ve seen, it seems the most likely explanation. If he started feeling wrong while he was performing, he would obviously want to get backstage so that if he were to start having a seizure or something, it wouldn’t be happening in front of so many other people. Hope he’s okay.

    1. unfortunatly, 90% of the world doesn’t have a brain like yours. Most just want to come online and shit talk people. Just shows how much people really hate their lives.

      1. He’s getting paid $50,000+ per performance. Fuck outta here with your sympathetic bullshit. You must not own a business or know anything about making money. If I were the vendor, i’d sue his druggie ass for breach of contract! Disappointing the vendor, disappointing fans, disappointing performance, no professionalism at all. Btw, your word must be shit if you’re defending this guy anyways. You get online and defend people who would probably look right past you or spit on you lol, fucking idiot.

  4. Is anyone surprised? He’s not even a real musician. How the fuck he maintains popularity I want to know

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