UPDATE 12:55 p.m. ET: As expected, Lil Wayne has clarified that—despite his onstage comments Thursday night in Bristow—he is not dropping off the blink-182 tour. 

In a tweeted statement Friday, Wayne confirmed he would be back with the punk trio for the next scheduled stop in Bangor, Maine. "I won't be quitting this tour!" he said. "I'm having too much fun with my bros blink-182."

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At last night's stop on the blink-182 and Lil Wayne tour, featuring opening support from Neck Deep, Weezy cut his set short and told the crowd it "might" be his last night on the run that's scheduled to careen across the U.S. through late September.

"I just want the people to know, if you wondering, please forgive me but I am so not used to performing to a crowd and there's not too many, you know, like still, [filling in]," Wayne said during his set in Bristow, Virginia Thursday night. "That's not my swag. I'm not sure how long I'm gonna be able to do this tour, but make some noise to blink-182 for including me anyway. This might be my last night, though. Let's go."

While it's highly unlikely Wayne will actually be dropping off an entire tour in this manner, especially when considering contracts and such, the moment was a bummer for attendees.

The tour sees blink-182 performing its 1999 album Enema of the State in full and was marketed as a co-headlining stint. Weezy, however, has been playing right before blink on the stops that are in the bag thus far. In addition to arena-sized tours of this stature almost always featuring latecomers who show up solely for the final act of the night, the Bristow show's Weezy set attendance was arguably complicated further due to regional weather issues.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Friday marks a day off for the blink and Weezy tour, with the routing set to resume Saturday in Bangor, Maine. At the time of this writing, neither blink nor Weezy's reps had made a public comment regarding the Bristow incident.