Lil Wayne kicks-off his highly-anticipated "America's Most Wanted" 2013 summer tour at Alabama's Oak Mountain Amphitheatre on July 9. For some odd reason, the infamous Weezy "death hoax" started circulating on the web AGAIN - just a week before the concert series (also featuring TI, 2 Chainz, and G-Eazy) is set to sweep the nation. But Mstars is here to let fans know that the "How to Love" rapper is NOT dead despite such morbid rumors. Facebook and Twitter fans have since responded to the ridiculous "R.I.P." posts that are rapidly wrecking viral havoc on the worldwide web. Lil Wayne is ALIVE and actually doing quite well given his serious seizure scares earlier this year.
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This is at least the fifth time the internet has killed-off the 30-year-old New Orleans rapper... and that's taking things lightly:
Several "RIP Lil Wayne" memorials currently exist on Facebook... all of them fake. One of these "fan" pages recently posted this message:
"At about 11 a.m. ET on Tuesday (July 02, 2013), our beloved rapper Lil Wayne passed away. Lil Wayne was born on September 27, 1982 in New Orleans. He will be missed but not forgotten. Please show your sympathy and condolences by commenting on and liking this page."
Several Twitter fans were NOT amused... others actually fell for the horrible prank:
@Ricardo035_: "Lil Wayne NOT DEAD."
@xgnrtn: "They're saying Lil Wayne's dead (he's not) and are commenting on his videos, LOL that's a funny little prank."
@TreDaGreat_: "Please tell me this rumor about lil Wayne being dead is not true..."
@DNTCallHerCarsh: "Lil Wayne dead... if google ain't got it, I ain't gonna believe it!"
True - fans shouldn't spread these death rumors unless they get such information from a legit source... that's just what the hoaxters want!
Lil Wayne is alive... because he's currently preparing to set-off on 2013's "America's Most Wanted" tour. Check out the full list of concert dates and venues here.
So no worries, Weezy fans, the "I Am Not a Human Being" rap mogul is back!