America’s Most Wanted Music Festival

Lil Wayne saw critical backlash —and lost his Mountain Dew endorsement — because of his infamous line, “beat that pu–y up like Emmett Till,” on Future’s “Karate Chop.” Though he issued a written apology to the Till family in May, the YMCMB rhymer felt it appropriate to send his regards again during a recent performance.

Summer time comes with a host of benefits —one of which is the epic music tours that are customary during the season. Enter Lil Wayne, T.I., and 2 Chainz, who’ve banded together on the “America’s Most Wanted Music Festival.”

It seems like an alleged near death experience isn’t enough to slow down Lil Wayne’s hustle. While telling fans that he was “better than good,” the YMCMB rapper also announced the America’s Most Wanted Music Festival 2013, which besides T.I. will also feature Future as a special guest.

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.