Lil Wayne at the BET Experience show last June. / Rich Fury, Invision/AP

Lil Wayne at the BET Experience show last June. / Rich Fury, Invision/AP

You’re killing us, Weezy. After cancelling a Minneapolis club date right at show time in 2015, New Orleans rapper Lil Wayne is at least giving his Twin Cities fans a few days’ notice that his Target Center concert scheduled Saturday has been postponed.

A new date has already been set for March 31. Tickets to the original date will be honored, and more will remain on sale. No telling if tickets will also become available again on Groupon, where they could be found for discounted prices the day after the show went on sale.

The ever-popular “scheduling conflicts” was given as the reason for Saturday’s postponement, with no further explanation. In 2015, the rapper refused to perform at The Venue because “members of his entourage refused to take part in the Venue’s standard safety procedures,” according to club representatives. Word is he does plan to make it up to fans this time by bringing along some special guests to be named later. We'll see.