North Carolina and New Jersey fans expecting to see Lil Wayne this weekend will again be forced to wait, as the New Orleans emcee has canceled two big arena shows in Raleigh and Atlantic City.
According to Ticketmaster, this Friday (October 31), the rap star was scheduled for a headlining performance at the RBC Arena in Raleigh, NC.
The following day, Wayne was set to helm the closing set for a high-profile showcase at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ.
Both shows were canceled for unknown reasons.
The cancellations is the latest chapter in a string of concert no-shows, reportedly fueled by Waynes dissatisfaction with concert venue accommodations.
Last Sunday (October 26), Wayne disappointed over 8,000 fans who had gathered in Rochester, NY, refusing to perform because of a poor sound system.
This forced Ludacris to step in at the last minute and attempt to salvage the show for disenchanted fans that refused refunds.
On Monday (October 27), Wayne deserted the star studded JAMN 94.5 Monster Jam, after his entourage refused a security check, forcing co-headliner Jay-Z to extend his set in hopes to quell angry chants for Wayne.
On October 28, the rapper made New Yorks Power 105.1s annual Powerhouse concert, which the station had promoted around Wayne and Jay sharing the stage for their track Mr. Carter.
While Wayne did show up this time and enthrall the crowd with signature tracks like A Milli, the joint performance did not happen.
Despite Wayne alluding to the billed collaboration performance and repeatedly flashing the Roc sign, Jay-Z instead opted to grace the stage with fellow superstar and beau Beyonce as his special guest.
At press time, the rapper has yet to issue a statement surrounding the cancellations.