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Lil Wayne apologized to LeBron James for saying F**k LeBron James but said he isn’t sorry for what he said and won’t apologize for being him or, anything else that he said. In an interview with Miami’s interview with Miami’s Felisha Monet of 99 JAMZ, he said that he’s really cool with LeBron’s mom so he takes that back but nothing more.
Wayne also said that Dwyane Wade was the spark for this beef. That he was heckling Wade and Bosh during a game and he and Wade had words:
D. Wade looked Wayne dead in his face to which Wayne said “If y’all don’t f*** with me, I don’t f*** with y’all”. To that comment Wade replied, “WE don’t!”, insinuating that the entire team has a problem with Wayne. Wayne replies “Well, f*** you then” and Wade says “F*** You!” and from that point on it was F*** everything about the Heat considering how much money he spends to be there.
Wade also goes on to explain why he felt he was banned by the NBA. He said he was slated to be involved in a dunk Pa
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