Philadelphia, PA – Anyone who’s been following the profession of “XO TOUR Llif3” architect Lil Uzi Vert is aware of delays are to be anticipated — as within the case of Luv Is Rage 2.
But after ready virtually a year-and-a- half for his new mission Eternal Atake (which was initially anticipated by the tip of 2018), followers had been blindsided on Friday (January 11) after Uzi introduced Instagram he was stepping away from music and had deleted every part he recorded.
“I wanna take the time to say thanks to each certainly one of my supporters however I’m executed with music,” he wrote. “I deleted every part, I wanna be regular … I wanna get up in 2013.”
LIL UZI VERT SAYS HE IS QUITTING MUSIC pic.twitter.com/AWuBVbVtv5
— OG LUVTheAlbum (@LUVTheAlbumOG) January 12, 2019
Upon listening to the information, his followers had been gutted. Not solely had been they had been dropping Uzi, however the music they’d been patiently ready for was gone.
"Lil Uzi Vert declares he's stepping away from music"
— Xanny DeVito (@Woke_Bloke) January 12, 2019
*Lil Uzi Vert quits music*
— R I P A L D I (@RIPLDI) January 12, 2019
So Lil Uzi Vert simply give up? Ok… pic.twitter.com/YLzKjF8LYu
— Deadpoolachu (@Henry_Has_It) January 12, 2019
the world if lil uzi vert stops making music pic.twitter.com/Zf1CeOotog
— tizzey (@YaBoyGoobster) January 12, 2019
LIL UZI VERT SAID HE DELETED ALL HIS MUSIC IS HE FUCKING JOKING pic.twitter.com/hBCl7nBnNA
— zina 💍 (@lmtwy) January 12, 2019
Lil Uzi Vert: I’m going to delete my music. So Eternal Atake gained’t ever drop.
— sargentwonda (@sargentwondaa) January 12, 2019
Lil uzi vert followers after seeing his story pic.twitter.com/kC0FOLCfzd
— boop (@boopdotjpg) January 12, 2019
While it’s extremely unlikely Uzi was in possession of a lone grasp copy of Eternal Atake, his early retirement does put the destiny of the mission in jeopardy.
His latest verse on Shabazz PBG’s “Shells” recommended he was actively attempting to get out of his cope with Atlantic Records — even making an allusion to Mase‘s Bad Boy departure.
Rapper retirements (outdoors of Joe Budden) hardly ever appear to stay, so, for now, followers must simply wait and see the way it performs out.
— Arkelly (@ToCatchADavid) January 5, 2019