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Representatives For Lil Wayne Deny Roc Nation Signing

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Earlier today, representatives for Lil Wayne officially rebutted reports that he has signed with Jay-Z’s newly launched Roc Nation label.The rumors began yesterday (October 27) when an entertainment site

reported that the superstar New Orleans emcee had signed with

Jay-Z for a flat rate of $5 million, and would release a new version of

Tha Carter III in early 2009.

Roc

Nation is the cornerstone of Jay-Z’s $150 million partnership with

concert promoter Live Nation. To date, Jay himself is the only Hip-Hop

artist signed to the label.

            The

rebuttal comes as Wayne is receiving backlash from fans for missing two

high-profile concert appearances in the last two days.

            On

Sunday October 26, Wayne abruptly no-showed a headline concert

featuring Ludacris, T-Pain, and Rick Ross after being dissatisfied with

the venue’s sound system.

            The

angry crowd of 8,000 fans were offered full refunds, and many left

before the show’s conclusion following the announcement. While Ludacris did

his best to salvage the show, concert officials report the Atlanta rapper was

greeted with loud Wayne chants throughout his set.

            Last night (October 27), Wayne again no-showed in Boston for JAMN’s 94.5 Monster Jam.

            The

concert was set to feature Wayne and Jay-Z as co-headliners. However,

reports allege the New Orleans native refused to perform once notified

his camp would be screened per the venue’s security regulations.

            Forced

to improvise, Jay-Z took the stage early and was supported by

additional performances from Ne-Yo, Yung Berg, Brandy, Ray J, and

Jadakiss.

            At press time, Lil Wayne could not be reached for comment.

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