Lil Wayne After Party in Canada Evacuated After Pepper Spray Attack

In this Dec. 28, 2009 file photo, Lil Wayne performs in New Orleans. The performer pleaded guilty in October to a weapons possession charge and will be sentenced Tuesday Feb. 9, 2010. His plea deal calls for a year in jail. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky/file)

A Lil Wayne after party turned dangerous after pepper spray was released into the ventilation system while he was on tour in Canada.

The rapper was attacked with pepper spray while he was on a tour stop in Montreal for his “I am Music Tour” according to TMZ.

The attack occurred at the entertainer’s after party he was hosting at a club called La Mouche. The 300 people who were in the club were evacuated from the building but TMZ reported that no one was injured.

An unnamed person apparently entered the club and sneaked in a back room where he released the chemical into the club’s ventilation system around 1 a.m.

The rapper had just arrived at the club when the commotion occurred and left immediately.

It is unclear how the party pooper was able to sneak in the club and the investigation is still pending. As for the rapper, he will continue with his tour performances and is preparing for the next show in Toronto.

The tour kicked off in Connecticut at the Comcast Theatre. It was originally supposed to reach 25 cities in North America but was extended to include 15 more.

The tour will be finishing on September 11 at the Woodlands Amphitheater in Texas.