Lil Wayne's tour with Blink-182 might be coming to an unceremonious end.
The joint outing made a stop in Bristow, Virginia Thursday, and during Wayne's set, the rapper declared that the show might be his "last night" on the run.
"Please forgive me, but I am so not used to performing to a crowd...there's not too many...that's not my swag," Wayne said, while gesturing to the audience. "I'm not sure how long I'm gonna be able to do this tour."
Wayne then thanked Blink for "including me anyway," and asked the crowd to "make some noise" for the punk trio.
"This might be my last night, though, let's go," he added.
You can watch fan-shot video of Wayne's comments streaming now on YouTube.
Blink-182 hasn't commented on Wayne's remark's publicly, and it's unclear whether the rapper has officially left the tour. The trek is scheduled to continue Saturday in Bangor, Maine.
This isn't the first hitch on the Wayne-182 tour, which features Blink playing 1999's Enema of the State in full. The first date of the run, scheduled for June 27 in Columbus, Ohio, was postponed due to "production delays." The tour officially kicked off June 29 in Hartford, Connecticut.
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