Posted by , Aug 20, 2010 at 04:06pm

Drake had a busy yesterday. In addition to premiering his new video for the Lil Wayne collaboration 'Miss Me,' Drizzy took to UStream, chatting with his fans, celebrating a million albums sold and a million Twitter followers and revealing an interesting piece of news for Wayne fans all over the world. On November 5, upon Weezy's departure from a reduced one-year prison sentence on weapons charges, the Young Money head honcho will throw a welcome back concert at an undisclosed location. 



Drake had a busy yesterday. In addition to premiering his new video for the Lil Wayne collaboration 'Miss Me,' Drizzy took to UStream, chatting with his fans, celebrating a million albums sold and a million Twitter followers and revealing an interesting piece of news for Wayne fans all over the world. On November 5, upon Weezy's departure from a reduced one-year prison sentence on weapons charges, the Young Money head honcho will throw a welcome back concert at an undisclosed location. 

 
Now, don't get too excited. While Drake claimed the date is confirmed, this seems like the earliest possible instance that Lil Wayne could be freed from Rikers Island. We don't know if getting on stage immediately would be his first move, but it's certainly not out of the realm of possibilities for the hardworking MC.
 
"Undisclosed location, November 5, the Welcome Home Weezy concert," said Drake on the live feed while sipping on some wine at a house in Toronto. "You might as well camp out at all different locations. That's gonna be crazy."
 
Currently, Wayne's expected release is November 5. His camp is planning to drop 'I Am Not a Human Being' -- a free EP with all brand new material that should hit blogs on September 27. 
 
Oh, and Drake, be careful when you tell people to camp out.

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Drake Teases Lil Wayne Welcome Home Concert

Drake had a busy yesterday. In addition to premiering his new video for the Lil Wayne collaboration 'Miss Me,' Drizzy took to UStream, chatting with his fans, celebrating a million albums sold and a million Twitter followers and revealing an interesting piece of news for Wayne fans all over the world. On November 5, upon Weezy's departure from a reduced one-year prison sentence on weapons charges, the Young Money head honcho will throw a welcome back concert at an undisclosed location. 


Drake had a busy yesterday. In addition to premiering his new video for the Lil Wayne collaboration 'Miss Me,' Drizzy took to UStream, chatting with his fans, celebrating a million albums sold and a million Twitter followers and revealing an interesting piece of news for Wayne fans all over the world. On November 5, upon Weezy's departure from a reduced one-year prison sentence on weapons charges, the Young Money head honcho will throw a welcome back concert at an undisclosed location. 

 
Now, don't get too excited. While Drake claimed the date is confirmed, this seems like the earliest possible instance that Lil Wayne could be freed from Rikers Island. We don't know if getting on stage immediately would be his first move, but it's certainly not out of the realm of possibilities for the hardworking MC.
 
"Undisclosed location, November 5, the Welcome Home Weezy concert," said Drake on the live feed while sipping on some wine at a house in Toronto. "You might as well camp out at all different locations. That's gonna be crazy."
 
Currently, Wayne's expected release is November 5. His camp is planning to drop 'I Am Not a Human Being' -- a free EP with all brand new material that should hit blogs on September 27. 
 
Oh, and Drake, be careful when you tell people to camp out.
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