Originally written on The Other Paper  |  Last updated 11/18/14
Lil' Wayne sounds like he still doesn't appreciate Chesapeake Energy Arena but that didn't stop him from sitting courtside at Game 1 of the NBA Finals— between The Oklahoma City Thunder-Miami Heat on Tuesday night— and still complain about the "Oklahoma way."

Just what does it take to make this guy happy?  He gets a seat close enough to shave James Harden's beard and still feels slighted.

After the game, he grumbled about it, tweeting that the staff had "again" treated him "like s---."



He was presumably referring to the May 31 game at Oklahoma City's Chesapeake Energy Arena between the Thunder and the San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference Finals when he was denied entry.

The arena said he was stopped at the door that night because the game was sold out and he didn't have a ticket.  Lil' Wayne claims the real reason was because the other ticket-holders didn't want the rapper there.

Lil' Whine— after that rebuff— had been advised by his manager to never set foot in the arena again— as a performer or spectator.

Now, the singer returns and says he hopes the Heat will blow out the Thunder— which won't happen because OKC already won the first game.

Lil' Wayne didn't specify exactly how the arena or its staff mistreated him in his front-row seat on Tuesday night or if he plans on attending Game 2 and face more abuse and disrespect.

What a glutton for punishment.
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