The call was unexpected: Lil Wayne's people phoned Kansas City pro skateboarder Sean Malto to say Weezy wanted to roll. To unwind after his August 22 Sprint Center show, the rapper had chosen as his destination Malto's private, California Skateparks-designed East Bottoms indoor skate park. The two camps arranged a 3 a.m. session, and Malto was told that he could invite a few friends. Four tour buses crunched up the gravel drive leading to the skate park. A big bodyguard climbed down from one of them and scoped the place out in silence. Once Lil Wayne found his comfort zone, everyone was invited in. "It was pretty awesome for an hour and a half," Malto says. "It's funny getting cheers from Lil Wayne or cheering Lil Wayne on."