Lil’ Wayne to Take the Rap?

Authorities at a Baltimore university are considering whether to pursue criminal charges against rapper Lil’ Wayne following some crowd commotion that left a few concertgoers injured October 19th.

Lil’ Wayne (real name Dwayne Michael Carter) or a member of his entourage threw money into the crowd during the artist’s Morgan State University performance, and three young women were injured during the scramble that ensued, university officials said.

Most of the cash tossed consisted of $1 bills, a university spokesman said, but some $5, $10 and $20 bills were also thrown. The concert, which took place at the campus’ 4,000-capacity Hill Field House, also featured Busta Rhymes and was sold out.

“It was as dangerous a thing to do as standing in a crowded movie theater and shouting, ‘Fire,'” university spokesman Clinton Coleman said. Carter will not be invited back for future performances at the campus, university officials said.

Two of the females injured, both 20 years old, suffered leg injuries and were taken to a hospital for treatment. The third was injured but refused medical treatment.