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Apparently, Lil Wayne wears his heart on his (tattoo) sleeves. 

The 32-year-old rapper erupted into a fit of rage during a college concert Thursday night at Nova Southeastern University, where the recording artist threw his mic at the DJ and stormed off stage after the wrong track was played. 

According to reports, Wayne performed seven songs before the DJ accidentally played the O.T. Genasis track "Coco"—instead of the rapper's remix—which clearly didn't go over too well with Weezy F Baby. 

As seen in the YouTube video captured by fans as the concert, Wayne throws up his hands up in anger (as expected, there were also some expletives tossed around) before he flings his microphone at the DJ—with his shirt off, natch—and then turns around and runs off stage. 

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"DJ, what the f--k you doing?" he is heard saying in the clip. 

No word yet whether Wayne came back on stage to finish the show, and the rapper has yet to comment on the incident. The "Coco" remix is the first track on Wayne's #Sorry4TheWait2 mixtape, which was released in January. 

Meanwhile, the "Lollipop" rapper also made headlines earlier this week when he became the victim of a swatting prank after officials rushed to the musician's waterfront home in Miami following reports of a shooting. The local police department cleared the air on social media, explaining that no one was injured and that the incident appeared to be a "swatting call."

Likewise, Wayne took to Twitter to reassure his fans that all is well, tweeting"Prank kall mane." 

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