Two days ago, Lil' Wayne wasn't doing so well: His private jet had to divert course from its original path of Milwaukee to California. It landed in Omaha, and Wayne was quickly checked into a local hospital, because he was having seizures.
But Tunechi seemed to leap from his hospital bed today, and picked up where he left off with a surprise performance at Electronic Entertainment Expo 2016 in Los Angeles, a.k.a. E3. Watch Weezy bounce back from the health scare above.
Wayne performed at the tech trade show to promote his mobile skateboarding game, Sqvad Up. The game is basically like the Tony Hawk: Pro Skater franchise, but with Tunechi at the helm instead of the legendary vert ramp skater. It's available for free in app stores everywhere.
Aside from Wayne's entrepreneurial ambitions, it's good to see him back in action after the brief setback. The rapper has had seizures in the past, but for the last four years, as Stereogum points out, he's been steering mostly clear of them. Let's hope that holds true.
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