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Lady Gaga's performance kicked off Sunday's MTV VMAs. Lil Wayne's ended the show, and was possibly even more ridiculous than anything preceding it.

"Performing" two songs from Tha Carter IV, which comes out today, Weezy wore no shirt, with pants down to his ankles and every other word bleeped out.

From what we've heard, "How to Love" channeled Kanye's 808s and Heartbreak, while "John" featured a full rock-band presentation over Wayne's quote-unquote vocals.

Not that you'd know, thanks to MTV censors, but hey. Watch it here:

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Lil Wayne has bigger problems than lawsuits or baby mama drama.

At least more physically painful ones. Dude needed nine stitches to close a bloody wound over his left eye after an incident at a St. Louis skateboard park.

Weezy, who was accompanied by several members of his entourage, had his head checked/treated at a local hospital, where he was eventually released.

Here's his official bulletin on what went down:

Weezy Tweety

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Redundantly named rapper Rich Rick claims Lil Wayne ripped off his property, the beat behind Weezy's moving, tender single "How to Love."

Now he's out for some legal payback.

Rick filed a lawsuit earlier this week claiming he purchased several master recordings between 2006 and 2009 - including the beat now appearing on LW's "How to Love" - from a group of rap producers called Drummer Boyz.

Rick claims that the Boyz went on to pitch the beat to Lil Wayne in 2010, and that Weezy acquired it in exchange for a cut of the royalties.

The song's a hit and Rick's suing both Weezy and the Drummer Boyz, plus others involved, for everything from breach of contract to fraud.

Weezy has also been accused of stealing "Bedrock."

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Lil Wayne and his posse were attacked with pepper spray last night in Canada, after some d!ck got the stuff into the air ducts of a Montreal club.

It went down at La Mouche, where Weezy hosted an after party for his show. The ventilation system was compromised and people were evacuated.

This incident sounds awfully scary and really is not a laughing matter ... but it really deserves an Anne Hathaway gangsta rap synopsis, don't you think?

Young Money

So far, it's unclear if police are investigating the incident, but a rep for Lil Wayne says that the rapper is "okay and gearing for his next stop in Toronto."

You can't faze a real thug. Represent.

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Anne Hathaway came ready to drop bombs on Conan Tuesday.

With paparazzi stalking the set of The Dark Knight Rises, in which Anne will be playing Catwoman, the actress is looking to release some pent-up frustration.

“With all the stuff that’s been going on with Batman, the paparazzi attention has been a little intense," she told Conan O'Brien on his show last night. "So I actually wrote a rap song about it ... it's in the style of Lil Wayne.”

What better influence, right? Watch:

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Lil Wayne, along with Universal Music Group, Cash Money Records and Young Money Entertainment, was hit with a lawsuit by Done Deal Enterprises.

Their allegation? That the rapper stole the 2009 hit song "Bedrock."

The track, included on Young Money Entertainment's CD We Are Young Money, also features artists Drake, Nicki Minaj and Lloyd and was a mega-hit.

L-Dubs

Lil Wayne is being sued for some serious cash money!

The group seeks $15 million payout for copyright infringement. Dwayne Carter Jr. (Wayne's real name) has been ordered to appear in court October 12.

Wayne is also facing legal trouble for alleged unpaid royalties to the production duo Play-N-Skillz from a 2008 collaboration with T-Pain on Tha Carter III.

Weezy's response: "They can't stop me ... even if they stopped me."

The man is bombarded with panties wherever he goes. We buy it.

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Lil Wayne has knocked up his share of females already, but judging by this display at his recent show, his impregnating days may not be done yet.

Not by a long shot. He found himself facing a major onslaught - we're talking a full-on deluge - of panties thrown onto the stage by excited ladies.

A video of the event shows panties flying on stage. Weezy holds them up for the crowd, which causes at least a dozen more pairs to follow suit.

You know what's funny? Why is it called a pair of panties when it's just one item (and a skimpy one at that in this case)? Pretty crazy, right?

Anyway, check out the video below ...

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Lil Wayne is used to being patted down by members of law enforcement. But stripped down for an unplugged set on MTV? That will be a new one for sure.

The rap star is slated to appear on "MTV Presents: Lil Wayne Unplugged" Sunday, June 12, in a performance that will air on MTV, MTV.com and MTV2.

Four By Four

Lil Wayne's "Unplugged" performance will be the first hip-hop set "Unplugged" has produced since Jay-Z's special in 2001. Should be ... interesting.

RAW: Prepare for a tender, intimate night with Lil Wayne.

As part of the buildup to his hotly anticipated album Tha Carter IV, due out early this summer, Weezy will pull from his massive catalog of hits.

Hearing those hits in an unadorned, unpredictable acoustic set will be different, to say the least. What's next? Weezy Live From Rikers Island?

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They have little in common except for time spent in the clink. But that didn't stop Interview Magazine from putting together the seemingly random pairing of Lil Wayne and Paris Hilton for its latest issue.

The latter chatted up the former for this publication, trying to bond with him over life behind bars and asking him to collaborate on her new album. Excerpts follow.

Wasting Oxygen

Paris: If you would be on the album, then I would be honored. That would be the sickest thing. We should get each other’s phone numbers so we can call each other after the interview or text or something.
Wayne: Cool. Sounds good.

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According to reports, woman alleges that she was held against her will and sexually assaulted during a recording session for Lil Wayne back in January.

Weezy personally was NOT involved. The man don't need to assault no one. He makes love and produces illegitimate kids like they were hip-hop hits.

Anyway. The target of the investigation is music producer Noel "Detail" Fisher, who owns the Canyon Country, Calif., house where it went down.

Ahhhhhhhm Baaaaaaaack

I waddn't even there ...

According to sources, Detail had people over to the house (also a recording studio) for a Pre-Grammy party during which Lil Wayne was laying down some tracks.

The alleged victim was a female catering assistant who was hired for the party.

Cops are looking into allegations that Detail held her against her will overnight and sexually assaulted her, after which she managed to escape and alert police.

She was questioned in the hospital, where she also submitted to a rape test. The investigation is still ongoing and, again, Lil Wayne is NOT in the report.