The first annual Lil’ Weezyana Fest took place on Friday night, live from the Champions Square’s Bold Sphere Music in Lil’ Wayne’s hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana. The charity concert, which benefits Tha Carter Fund, an organization that supports after-school programs in Louisiana, featured plenty of guests including Master P and No Limit, August Alsina, Curren$y, Mannie Fresh, and the Hot Boys reunion with Juvenile, Turk and B.G.’s family.

Streamed exclusively on TIDAL, those who tuned in were blocked from watching the night’s final guest Drake, as TIDAL’s streaming competitor Apple stepped in.

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Just minutes before Lil’ Weezyana Fest, the New York Post’s PageSix reported that Apple threatned to sue their streaming rival for $20 million if Drake’s appearance was shown during the live broadcast.

According to the report, Apple executives were not pleased when it was confirmed the Toronto superstar would appear at the charity concert, which benefits kids affected by Hurricane Katrina.

“Legal letters have been sent to Tidal warning that Drake cannot appear on the Tidal stream of the festival, either solo or part of a group, and if the warning was ignored, the liabilities could be up to $20 million,” a source revealed to PageSix.

Drake, who signed an exclusive deal with Apple Music reportedly worth $19 million, appeared at the concert to perform “HYFR” “My Way,” and “Back To Back.” Moments before the OVO rapper joined his mentor on stage, TIDAL blocked the stream with a message (read below), along with issuing a statement on their Twitter account.

Previously: Lil’ Wayne Announces First-Ever Lil’ Weezyana Fest In New Orleans