As previously noted on That NBA Lottery Pick, Flo Rida’s manager Lee “Freezy” Prince was ejected from game seven of the 2013 Eastern Conference Finals against the Indiana Pacers.
Apparently, Freezy isn’t going to be allowed for the rest of the 2013 NBA Finals according to an interview that he did with a Miami radio station:
Flo Rida’s manager, Lee “Freezy” Prince, has been told by NBA officials that he is not allowed in the building for the next two NBA Finals games, according to an interview he did with Marc Hochman and Jonathan Zaslow on The Ticket Miami, 104.3FM this morning. Freezy said he has been contacted by the NBA via email and phone calls and along with NBA attorneys, he has been warned that they will have him arrested if he shows up.
Freezy said the Pacers were a whole different situation. They were trash talking and taking it to a whole different level. “That’s a level we own!” Freezy told Hochman and Zaslow. He says Frank Vogel called security and was asked to leave the building. Then he thought, “I’m not leaving this building, this is Heat Nation,” and he went back to his seat. Soon after, on Flo Rida’s suggestion, he left.
As you might figure, Lee wasn’t really sure what he did wrong and has a message for Spurs later tonight:
Freezy said he was on the phone for 2 hours trying to figure out what he had done wrong. “What I did was no different that what Spike Lee does for the Knicks and what Jack Nicholson does for the Lakers.”
“The Spurs are just scared,” Freezy explained. “They don’t want that feeling to erupt around them.” He went on, “Whoever sits in those seats tonight, they better represent!” Freezy pleaded with Heat fans, “Man, please support that team!”
Some of you might be asking, will Flo Rida be in attendance? According to Lee, he won’t be and he even put out a conspiracy theory that Spurs coach Gregg Popovich might be to blame.
Top Image Courtesy of Flo Rida’s music video “I Cry”