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Lil Wayne has finally spoken on camera and asserts that he is in good health and getting back to work. In a video shot by YMCMB videographer DJ Scoob Doo, Tunechi thanks his fans for their support during his almost week long hospital stay and reveals plans for a national tour.

Weezy not only bigged up his supporters but made sure to get his promotional mentions in, too. “I just want to say thank you to all y’all for y’all prayers and y’all concerns and all that,” says Weezy in video, sent to TMZ, dated March 20 at 11:30 p.m. “I swear to God I felt that love when I was laid up in that motherf-ckin’ hospital bed. But I want y’all to know that I’m good, a ni–a, more than good. Also, my bum @ss album still coming out March 26.”

Besides I Am Still Not A Human Being 2 still being on schedule, the “No Worries” rapper also mentioned that he still plans to hit the road. “Also, I’m still going on tour,” he added. “[The] Americas Most Wanted tour [with] some of my closest friends in the game.”

That’s when the camera pans out to reveal that T.I.—who basically read TMZ the riot act for its initial reports that Weezy was near death—was in the room the entire time.

“Get you some barbecue on fourth, come holla at us on the fifth,” said Tip.

Earlier this month, Lil Wayne reportedly cancelled a cancelled European tour in order to finish his album. However, it was actually only postponed and is now going down in October with Mac Miller set to join him overseas. The new America’s Most Wanted Festival kicks off July 5th. The previous Young Money Presents: The America’s Most Wanted Music Festival in 2009 was an immense critical and financial success. So expect it to be a hot ticket.

After Tip’s boasts smiling and laughing Tunechi finished the video by saying, “Kiss my fist, ni–a. Tunechi. I’m more than good.”

Photo: TMZ