Lil Wayne Brings Out Nicki Minaj At Rolling Loud - WhatsOnRap

Lil Wayne brings out Nicki Minaj during his Rolling Loud set.

On Day 2 of the event in Inglewood, California, Lil Wayne called out Nicki Minaj for an unexpected performance. Weezy invited the queen for a mash up of hits midway through his headlining set on Saturday night, beginning with "BedRock."

“Ladies and gentlemen, no need of an introduction. The motherfu**in’ queen,” Wayne told the crowd.

Nicki performed her "High School" collaboration with Wayne before launching into her chart-topping smash "Super Freaky Girl" and her brand new single "Red Ruby Da Sleeze," pausing the song to ask why the instrumental was offbeat.

"Seven hundred on them horses as we fixing to leave / But I don't f**k with horses since Christopher Reeves," she said, referring to one of the song's most contentious lines.

Nicki was visibly irritated when the sound problems persisted throughout her performance of "Chun-Li," which she followed with "Truffle Butter" alongside Weezy.

"This is the GOAT, motherfu**in' GOAT. Thank you for everything. "I adore you," she exclaimed as she wrapped her arms around her mentor.

Nicki later addressed the sound concerns on Instagram, revealing that her voice were blended into the recordings.

“When I perform, I do not perform with that backing track… It looks like my vocals were in in every song, which is gross. You know I never,” she said. “There was a big mixup between our sound crew and Lil Wayne’s sound crew and that was not acceptable.”

Saturday's Rolling Loud schedule has included Lil Baby, 2 Chainz, City Girls, and Travis Scott, who had a short comeback to the stage. Don Toliver stunned the audience by bringing out Justin Bieber for the first time to sing "Private Landing," their new collaboration.

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