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Sunday, February 10th, 2013 at 5:50 pm  |  37 responses

Lil’ Wayne Was Kicked Out of the Lakers/Heat Game


Even though he attends a ton of Miami Heat games, rap superstar Lil’ Wayne has always had problems with the team and its players. Today, he was in the building for the big Lakers/Heat matchup — and perhaps got a little too excited — and was asked by security to leave. Wayne vented about the incident on Twitter: “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”

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  • ubestnotmiss

    he was probably on drugs thats why he got kicked out. i cant imagine anyone getting kicked out an nba game because he’s rooting for the road team

  • Redd

    LOL that dude is royal moron, he’s got the Napoleon Complex big time.

  • playa

    dude got one decent album,besides that-straight trash on every pole imaginable…

  • danpowers

    the guy is just a livin proof of that just because something sells good doesnt mean that it is actually good. that stuff he is doin aint hiphop n that guy is a clown nobody in his right mind could ever take seriously, no matter how rich n successfull

  • Happy

    There were a lot of Laker fans at that game. I’m sure he was they only one who did something inappropriate to get booted. 1st the Thunder incident, now this. What a drug addicted, attention seeking clown.

  • Miami2000

    He was not kicked out of the game, he left on his own.

  • Miami2000

    and his is a moron :)

  • Max

    Grade A dumbass.

  • https://twitter.com/Wayne__o BuenoWayno1

    Wayne is the lindsay lonhan of hip-hop. dude is a joke and the sad thing about it is with all that influence and popularity he contributes nothing to his community monetarily or politically.

  • Redd

    If you clicked the links you’d see it’s because he made a gun gesture.

  • Caboose

    Who are the actual morons who look to this guy as representative of musical talent?

  • danpowers

    sh*t sells

  • Raheem Shabazz

    This is good. Now we need to kick him out of America.

  • ThaWindy

    U should check ya facts

  • shutup

    Can’t say I am a fan, but who do you think you are judging whats hip hop and whats not? Not your taste in music, fine, but hip hop is a form of expression, open to all.

  • Ryan

    Well surprise, surprise Lil Wayne and I agree on something. F#&k da Heat.

  • https://twitter.com/Wayne__o BuenoWayno1

    Check my facts?….any charity he donates to is nothing more then a tax write-off

  • King David

    should of kicked out Lebron as well then the building would’ve been rid of all wealthy losers

  • King David

    F*ck politics!!!

  • danpowers

    his kind of stuff is exactly what is soaking the life out of this art form. if you’d be happier with it i could also call “that kind of soulless pop music which calls itself hiphop and just exists to sell sell sell and sell even more” with “making money” as the only message in it. and who am i? normally a humble guy, in this case id just like to express my opinion about what industry-marionettes like him do. kids and the average guy dont necesserily buy quality, they buy what they are getting dished by labels, broadcasting stations or tv which is sold to them as “the latest hot sh*t” – that has not much to do with taste. any music gets commercialized which is not always a bad thing. that guy just embodies the point where it got “way too much”.

  • http://twitter.com/Jzakoni Sanchez

    lil wayne is foe da kidz mayne!

  • http://twitter.com/Jzakoni Sanchez

    wayne is a fool & a half

  • http://twitter.com/Jzakoni Sanchez

    he aint no JUVE!

  • http://twitter.com/Jzakoni Sanchez

    someone slap this alien lizard with tattoos

  • danpowers

    no man. wu tang is for the children! lol http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BS181X4F3bw

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Gilbert/100001749589586 Mike Gilbert

    lmao. “It’s cause he made a gun gesture. Around White People.”

  • The Philosopher

    Wayne Carter has been begging to mingle, and break bread with The King and his men for a long time, now.
    So, we have Michael Jordan publicly humiliating Chamillionaire.
    And The King continuously humiliates Lil’ Wayne. In public.
    Do not be surprised if the security personnel consulted The King, for the green light to excavate the entertainer off of the premises… lol.
    Now, a distressed AND dejected Lil’ Wayne, cries and laments to the masses… ripping his teddy-bear garment(s) and shoes in disgust. For obviously, he seems to be considered a mere peasant commoner in the eyes of The King and his men.
    And has no place among the cavalry.

  • Redd

    Hip Hop is a form of expression yes, didn’t realize Hip Hop was a repetitive analysis of your preference on every song.

  • addadadd

    stfu about killin hip hop this guys an amazing rapper

    this guy is hip hop right now the days of 2pac are over get over it

  • shutup

    I walk through a museum, come across a Jackson Pollock; not really my cup of tea. I say ehh and walk away go find something more my taste. Never once do I go, this dude is killing this art form; mainly because I know that even though I may not like it, someone somewhere does. Art you see is the artists perspective, their voice; so to speak. No one person is going to kill an art-form, paint, spoken word or hip hop for that matter. Lil Wayne isn’t killing anything, he is just speaking for a different generation. Truth be told you sound like a cantankerous old man “back in my day, Kurtis Blow spoke for the people…..” How much Lil Wayne have you listened too? Some of the songs are catchy, he has some introspective songs as well, none of them great in my opinion, but interchangeable with any club song that Tupac of Biggie have ever put out, or is “Mo Money Mo Problems” and “I get Around” , not hip hop either?

  • shutup

    Even though we don’t share the same opinion on many subjects; when you comment I usually read them, that being said I have no idea what you are talking about. What does this mean “Hip Hop was a repetitive analysis of your preference on every song.”? It’s the “your” that’s throwing me off, I have not expressed a preference on any song, and if you mean Lil Wayne talking about drugs and sex; well I cant think of one hip hop artist (rapper) let alone a singer in general that doesn’t make songs about what the prefer in life; with a great majority of them making songs about those two vices ad nauseam.

  • Redd

    by your I didn’t mean you per se. Well see not every rapper or singer does repetitively discuss the same preferences always, that being the preference of drugs & sex. Some rappers go beyond that, it’s not even about being a so called “Conscious rappers”.

    Rappers like Freddie Gibbs, Big K.R.I.T., etc do not make the prototypical widely thought of “intelligent rap” but they still don’t stick to the same subjects & thus are great to listen to.

  • danpowers

    exactly, i am a grim old man lol

  • shutup

    AHH I see, and yeah I understand what you mean, sort of what attracts me to Kendrick Lamar’s brand of music.

  • shutup

    Lmao, sometimes I feel the same way.

  • http://twitter.com/AjpDos Allen Powell

    Man I like these last few comments you made. Not a fan but I agree with uou

  • shutup

    Thank You.

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