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Jay-Z Brings Out Lil Wayne, Drake, Nicki Minaj, Fabolous + More To N.Y. Concert! Hours After Weezy Was Scheduled For Prison!

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(Lil Wayne backstage at Madison Square Garden about to go on stage)

(Lil Wayne & Nicki Minaj backstage)

Jay-s done did it again! Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Fabolous, Young Jeezy, Trey Songz and more have united this evening at New York City's famed Madison Square Garden for Jay-Z's Blueprint III tour performance.

I have always loved going to Jay-Z concerts, especially because he is known for his surprise guests. Tonight's surprise guests were an extra surprise because Lil Wayne was supposed to be in jail just hours early and received his SECOND postponement, instead landed himself on the stage at Madison Square Garden with Jay-Z!

(Lil Wayne on a Jet to NYC for jail hours earlier)

Radio personality Angie Martinez shared her thoughts from the venue via Twitter

"I called it!!!! ;) weezy on stage at the garden!!!!!!!! W/jeezy they goin iiiiiin!!!!!! Crowd goes crazy!!!!!!!!," she wrote. "Oh, drake and nicki too!!!!!!!" (Angie Martinez's Twitter)

Diddy, writing via Twitter, also shared his reaction to Jay's set.

"Hov is tearing this sh*t down!!!!! I'm a fan. F*ck that!!!! Give respect where respect is due!!! Let's goooooo!!!!!," Puff wrote. "RT @questlove: whooooo! "on to the next one" intro got us hype and me and @iamdiddy standing next to each other tweetin<--hip-hop unity FTW." (Diddy's Twitter)

Fabolous spoke on his post-performance reaction from the Garden.

"Did Say Ahhh wit @songyuuup at Madison Square Garden . Watchin Hov show now.. What'd u do 2day..?? lol." (Fabolous' Twitter)

The Roots' Questlove discussed wardrobe complications from the show.

"#wayneslastspit needs no explanation. lol we were all given explicit instructions to rock all black. of course drake comes in spring white wow "im goin in" has new meaning now." (Questlove's Twitter)

Prior to this evening's showcase, Memphis Bleek spoke on Jay's set shutting down the Big Apple.

"This run is gonna shut everything down, because everything is live now. No more playback. The band plays everything. You gotta come check it out," Jay's former neighbor in the Marcy Projects revealed. (MTV)

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