*Although the rumor has been out for months, Lil Wayne waited until Tuesday to officially confirm that actress Lauren London is pregnant with his baby. The 26-year-old rapper "broke" the news while doing a radio show with DJ Fuzzy of Los Angeles radio station Power 106.
"Lauren London, she fine," Fuzzy pointed out. "She very pregnant with your baby."
"Very pregnant, yes," Wayne responded.
London showed up at Diddy's July 4th white party in Los Angeles sporting a baby bump, and the two have been spotted together at basketball games, but never confirmed their relationship.
This will be the first child for London and the third for Lil Wayne, who already has a daughter with ex-wife Toya Carter. His son with another woman turns 1 this October.
Meanwhile, rocks, bottles and at least one bullet filled the air outside of Lil Wayne tour bus after a concert in Arizona last Wednesday.
According to police, the violence took place following his concert at the Cricket Pavilion in suburban Phoenix -- when two buses from his 4-bus entourage stopped at a nearby apartment complex.
Law enforcement sources tell TMZ.com that witnesses saw several women getting on and off the buses -- and it was then that certain people in the complex began to get violent. Witnesses told police they heard at least one shot fired during the altercation -- though it's unclear who fired it.
The melee was squashed after cops arrived -- but a 15-year-old boy has since filed a police report claiming one of Wayne's bodyguards roughed him up during the chaos, bruising a few of his ribs.
Cops interviewed Wayne at a nearby hotel after the incident, where the rapper told cops he was on one of the buses when the attack started -- but his bus took off almost immediately.
In other Wayne news, the rappers unidentified illness caused Monday and Tuesday's tour stops in Vancouver and Edmonton to be canceled at the last minute.
According to a note on the venue's Web site, Monday night's show at GM Place in Vancouver was canceled "due to unforeseen circumstances." Similarly, a note on the Ticketmaster site for Tuesday night's (August 18) show at Edmonton's Rexall Place said the show had been canceled, with no reason given.
Wayne's camp issued the following statement on Tuesday explaining the cancellations:
"Lil Wayne, due to illness, was advised by his doctors to cancel the Young Money Presents: America's Most Wanted Music Festival tour stops in Western Canada.
Tour member Soulja Boy tweeted several times about the situation, writing, "Show got canceled tonight in Vancouver ... gonna go shoot a video to 'Successful.' " A short time later, he added, "Gonna hop on a plane to L.A. chill there for a couple days since the two Canada shows got canceled."