Originally written on Pass The Pill  |  Last updated 11/18/14

Lil Wayne’s beef with the Miami Heat has been well documented over the course of about a week or so. Wayne went to Twitter, claiming he was ejected from the Lakers/Heat game on February 10th because he was cheering on his favorite squad, the Lakers. Heat’s spokesperson claimed that Wayne left on his own accord, while Danny Vega claims Wayne used a gun gesture while arguing with other fans. Now Wayne has a different beef with the Miami Heat and namely their star big man, Chris Bosh. Wayne claims that he was banned from attending the NBA’s All-Star weekend in Houston because he allegedly has a past history with Chris Bosh’s wife, Adrienne Williams. Lil Wayne claims that he and Adrienne’s relationship was sexual. To any younger readers out there, beware that my next line is quite blunt and will use an adult term. Wayne says that he ********* Chris Bosh wife.” This report is via Jason McIntyre of The Big Lead. I’m no expert on the situation, but Lil Wayne seems to have a hard time with NBA events. He was booted from a game in OKC last season, now a Heat game this season, and then to top it all off, he’s banished (allegedly) from the All-Star game and claims it was because he’s had sexual relations with Chris Bosh’s wife. It seems like Wayne is just looking for a Lil (pun all day) bit of sunshine on his face. The rap game’s lime light must be too focused on real artists, and Wayne is seeking out a new way to live it up in the media. The post Lil Wayne claims to have slept with Chris Bosh’s wife appeared first on Pass The Pill.

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