Found June 15, 2012 on
Apparently, Lil Wayne is too full himself. The rapper has already caused enough problems with the Oklahoma City Thunder at their arena.
For Game 1 of the NBA Finals, Wayne tweeted that the OKC staff was still treating him like "sh**" and decided to root for the Miami Heat. However, what he did in Game 2 made things a lot worse for Weezy.
According to ThunderObsessed.com
, a popular OKC blog, there was an account that happened where Wayne refused to take pictures with a little girl and then ended up making her cry:At one point a little girl about 5 years old came up to take his picture. His bodyguard stands up and gets between Lil Wayne and the girl and told her “You need to go and sit down NOW. No pictures” It was said with quite a bit of malice and force. She got scared and as she was going back to her seat, her Dad heard what went on and went over and said something to the effect of “Do not under any circumstance talk to my daughter like that.” Security gets down there. Bodyguard informs him of what’s going on and says “****ing kids are taking picture of Wayne, that can’t happen.” Security guard informs him that “we don’t talk about our kids like that in this state. I know you go to many different arenas throughout the country and they might talk like that there, and that might be permissible but not here. Take your seat.”
Lil Wayne then pouts, and gets all pissed. Then after the game he wasn’t allowed to use the player special back exit to the arena and had to go out like all the ‘normal fans’. You know, the same exit Ryan Seacrest had to utilize.
1. One issue was that there were kids/others trying to get in and around LilWayne during halftime to ask for photos. His security was trying to keep them at bay. During this time, Thunder sent a female staffer to distribute halftime stats sheets to the season ticket holders in the area. Apparently LilWayne’s security tried to keep her away from the area where the rapper was sitting, and Thunder/SMG security had to step in and tell LilWayne’s people that she was doing her job and to let her distribute the stats to the other ticket holders.
2. The same person said that there was also an issue at the end of the game when, for security or other reasons (caller did not know), LilWayne had to exit the arena up a regular aisle with the “regular” folk, and not through the lower-level tunnel where he had come in. The details are sketchy about this part of the story.
I heard it from ANOTHER source that the exit up the aisle occurred AFTER LilWayne asked for post-game locker room access and was denied by Thunder staff.
Although there isn't full proof of the crying incident, there is proof of Wayne having to leave like a "normal" fan.
Jeez, Tunechi, just stop. This dude needs to stop acting like a douche to people because he isn't on top of the world anymore, especially since all he does now is recycle rhymes in his rap songs and get dissed by Pusha T.
We'll see if any more Wayne's antics continue when the Heat head back to OKC possibly. Josh Dhani is the founder of FootBasket. You can read more about him at his website. Follow him on Twitter @joshdhani.
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