Found February 27, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
Hip hop artist Nicki Minaj took a shot at Chris Bosh in her latest song. Minaj’s track “Roman Reloaded” featuring Lil’ Wayne has a line that makes fun of Chris Bosh for infamously crying after the Heat lost in the NBA Finals to the Mavericks last year. “All you **** crying, Christopher Bosh,” she says in the song. In addition to crying during the Finals, Bosh looked teary-eyed after the Heat blew a regular-season loss to the Magic. Coach Erik Spoelstra didn’t help matters when he told the media a bunch of the Heat’s players were crying after a loss to the Bulls. We normally believe that crying after a loss shows how much an athlete cares about the game, but it also leaves them open to plenty of ridicule — which is exactly what Bosh has received. He probably is used to it, especially considering he’s an extra-sensitive ballplayer. You can head over to I am a GM to hear the song (lyrics are NSFW).
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