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Lil Wayne is a fixture at Heat games, or at least the ones that are on a national stage. Now according to a very angry tweet, he was asked to leave by police after he was caught rooting for the visiting 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 — Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) February 10, 2013 This isnt the first time he has had problems at an NBA Arena. During the finals, he was denied VIP access in Oklahoma. I guess he is now off the Heat bandwagon.
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Is there a person on the planet who has more complications when it comes to attending sporting events than Lil Wayne? The rapper attended the Miami Heat-Los Angeles Lakers game in Miami Sunday and claims he was kicked out for cheering the 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...
Heat deny Lil Wayne ejected.
Lil Wayne just wanted to watch some basketball and cheer for his Lakers.
And that, apparently, is enough to be removed from AmericanAirlines Arena.
According to a tweet from the rapper’s official Twitter account, Lil Wayne was forced to leave by police because he was simply cheering for his Lakers:
So I’m @ da Heat game right, rootin 4 da Lakers kuz dats my team & would u...
MIAMI -- Lil Wayne claimed he got the heave-ho. The Miami Heat say that's not so.
The rap star wrote on Twitter he had been kicked out of Sunday's game at AmericanAirlines Arena between the Heat and the Los Angeles Lakers for rooting for the Lakers. However, the Heat said Lil Wayne, who was not in his seat for the second half, was not ejected and chose to leave on his own...
On Sunday the Lakers and Heat squared off in a marquee Sunday afternoon match-up, but it seems one celebrity didn’t have ea chance to catch the whole game. Lil Wayne took to Twitter to tell his almost 10 million Twitter followers that he was kicked out of American Airlines Arena by the police for rooting for the Lakers. We aren’t sure what happened but you have to assume there...
While the Miami Heat were dismantling the Los Angeles Lakers at the American Airlines Center on Sunday afternoon, rapper Lil Wayne apparently got kicked out of the arena for cheering for the Lakers by the Miami Heat security staff and Miami Police.Check out what Wayne tweeted on his Twitter account about getting kicked out:Now, the story would probably ended with that until the fine...
The Heat have star power. Match that with the city of Miami, and celebrities can often be seen inside the American Airlines Arena.
During Sunday’s matinee matchup against the Lakers, rapper Lil Wayne (whose “real” name is Dwayne Carter) was in attendance, but not for long.
Carter claimed that he was tossed from the game because he was rooting for Los Angeles, and he took...
The Miami Heat were in playoff form today, as they dismantled the Los Angeles Lakers, 102-88. During the second half of the game, Heat star Dwayne Wade seemingly went all Mortal Kombat on Ron Artest Metta World Peace as he went to the basket. From the sidelines, it looked like Wade nearly connected, but animated, under-the-basket footage shows that’s not the case.
So either rapper Lil Wayne has some terrible luck when he’s in NBA arena’s, or he’s a drama queen who constantly has things going on in NBA arena’s.
Yesterday we reported that Lil Wayne sent out a tweet confirming that he was kicked out of American Airlines Arena for either cheering for the Lakers or making a gun gesture towards a fan.
The Miami Heat are now disputing...
So, rapper Lil Wayne was in South Beach rooting for the Lakers during their game against the Miami Heat on Sunday. Apparently, that’s the reason he got thrown out of the arena by police.
Here is what “Weezy F Baby” had to say:
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
According to USA TODAY Sports, Lil Wayne had a little situation during the Miami Heat game against the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday afternoon. The rapper tweeted, So I’m @ [...]
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