Young Money set to perform at KU

In an effort to make up for the inconvenience caused by the construction on Schaeffer Auditorium, KU faculty has pulled together to make it all worth it for the students. Recently reported in a faculty newsletter, KU will be re-opening Schaeffer Auditorium in early May, near the end of this semester. The grand opening will be an event no one will want to miss.
When coordinating a certain rapper’s upcoming concert schedule, Young Money Records mistakenly organized a concert for Lil Wayne at Kutztown University. The record label had planned on scheduling a Weezy concert at Kansas University, which is also abbreviated KU. Lil Wayne’s manager, Cortez Bryant, admitted to keeping the mistake hidden from the rapper at first because he was afraid he would cancel the North East tour entirely.
On April 1, E! News leaked Bryant’s mistake to the public on their nightly broadcast. It has been reported that Lil Wayne was still unaware of his manager’s error at the time of the E! News broadcast. Drake, friend and colleague of Lil Wayne, heard the news and tweeted to Weezy.
“I swear it feels like the last few nights we’ve been everywhere and back, but I just can’t remember Kutztown at all. What am I doing? Oh yea that’s right, I’m going too.”
Lil Wayne responded via his twitter account:
“It’s time to teach KU how to love.”
Within an hour of the rappers’ tweets, E! News posted an article on their site confirming that now Drake would be joining Weezy in his trip to Berks County, Pa.
When asked why the two Young Money Record label performers were willing to perform the concert for free for such a small state school in the middle of Pa., Drake replied, “I’m 25 sitting on 25 mill– I can afford to have a free concert for my fans.”
When Lil Wayne was asked why performing free shows is so uncommon to hear about with such big name artists he answered, “You say you can’t but that’s a fib, you gotta give something, something’s gotta give.”
If you know anything abut Young Money Record artists, you understand that they come in sets of three, meaning of course, the queen of rap, Nicki Minaj, was bound to get involved.
“Uh, days of our lives. You wink it goes by. The starship is heading to Kutztown in May,” said Minaj.
The re-opening of the renovated Schaeffer Auditorium is set for May 8, 2013. If everything goes as planned, the three Young Money artists will fly, via private jet, into the Kutztown Airport, next to the Airport Diner, on May 11 at approximately 8 p.m. for their scheduled 10 p.m. concert. When asked about their feelings for the upcoming concert, Drake excitedly replied, “I’ll be up all night, whole crews in here.”

By Haley Bianco
(April Fools! The information posted in this article is fiction)

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