Lil Wayne Mishap Led to 50 Cent Axing Sound Team
In an unexpected twist in the music world, Lil Wayne faced technical troubles during a recent performance, sparking a series of events involving rapper 50 Cent. This happened at Beyoncé’s L.A. concert on September 1, leaving fans and artists surprised. Lil Wayne’s mishap, combined with 50 Cent’s earlier mic-throwing incident, has resulted in a big decision – firing the entire audio team.
Lil Wayne’s sound problems became evident when he was supposed to perform at Beyoncé’s concert. But, like 50 Cent’s previous microphone incident, technical issues stole the show.
50 Cent reacted on Instagram with a touch of humor, saying,
“Now, the only thing left is Taylor Swift’s show. I’ve let go of everyone in the audio team – if the mic doesn’t work, you’re out.”
This move to fire the whole audio crew seems to be a direct response to the frustration both felt during their performances. 50 Cent’s mic toss, which accidentally hit an audience member and might lead to battery charges, was reportedly due to his unhappiness with the audio team during his tour. Now, with Lil Wayne facing similar sound problems, 50 Cent took action, making a bold statement.
Regarding the legal side, it’s uncertain what will happen with 50 Cent’s microphone incident. Bryhana Monegain, the person struck by the mic, filed a police report. She’s a radio host at the popular L.A. station Power 106 and shared pictures of her injuries, including a significant gash on her forehead. However, 50 Cent’s attorney, Scott Leemon, was quick to say his client didn’t intend to harm anyone with the microphone.
As this drama unfolds, one thing is clear – firing the audio team adds a dramatic twist to the aftermath of these microphone mishaps. Fans and industry insiders are curious about the future of live performances by these artists.