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Lil Wayne thrown out of Heat vs. Lakers game

2/10/13 in NBA   |   IvanRogers   |   1352 respect

Although he’s a becoming a regular fixture at Miami Heat games, Rap artist Lil Wayne still struggles to develop a relationship with the team. Lil Wayne previously complained about being ignored by forward LeBron James and guard Dwyane Wade at Miami Heat games. On Sunday, Lil Wayne again became the center of another controversy at a sports event after he was kicked out from American Airlines Arena when the Miami Heat hosted the Los Angeles Lakers.
 
Lil Wayne’s crime?
 
Well, the rapper claims he was kicked out of the game on grounds of rooting too enthusiastically for the Los Angeles Lakers.
 
“So I'm @ da Heat game right, rootin 4 da Lakers kuz dats my team & would u believe they got police 2 make me leave?! Wow! F#€k da Heat,” tweeted Lil Wayne.
 
It’s unknown of fans getting kicked out of games for simply cheering on their teams, so it’s unlikely Lil Wayne is giving the complete story behind his ejection from the game. On the other hand, perhaps in his moment of excitement Lil Wayne, who had courtside seats, made some inappropriate gesture to the team and fans in the stands or crossed lines of decency.
 
At least that story is back by one other individual who goes by the name of Senor Danny Vega on Twitter. The person alleges that Lil Wayne made a gun gesture at a fan in the stands.
 
“Random guy yelled at Lil Wayne at #MiamiHEAT game. Weezy looked back, gave him a mean stare & gestured he had a gun,” tweeted Senor Danny Vega, who also claims to be the social manager for DJ Irie. “LOL what a douche.”
 
But even if you are being heckled by another fan in the stands, its better to alter the security and let them handle the situation instead of being unceremoniously kicked out of game yourself.
 
Ultimately due to being kicked out of the game, Lil Wayne missed out seeing the Miami Heat scorch the Los Angeles Lakers for a 107-97 win.
 
Lil Wayne seems to be having an increasingly harder time at getting through sporting events without leading to any trouble. Last year, Lil Wayne complained about not being allowed VIP access to the NBA Finals game by the Oklahoma City Thunder arena management. Then again, the arena staff was bound since Lil Wayne didn’t have tickets to the game.
 
Looks like Lil Wayne will be dropping the Miami Heat bandwagon as well.
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2/11/13   |   orangemen90   |   5785 respect

I live here and thats not exactly what happened.. Of course no one story will ever be told....