(Image source: Wikimedia Commons)


BY ELAINE STOCKDALE

ANCHOR CHRISTIAN BRYANT

 

Rapper Lil Wayne claims he was kicked out of the Miami Heat - LA Lakers game Sunday, but the Heat and other witnesses all have different stories.

The Grammy-award winning rapper claims he was booted for not supporting the Heat. Wayne tweeted that he rooted for the Lakers before he was forced out by police.

But Miami resident Danny Vega, who attended the game, says Wayne was actually asked to leave for making inappropriate gun gestures toward other fans.

To add a third perspective, a Miami Heat spokesperson released a statement saying “Lil Wayne was not kicked out but instead chose to leave.”

It’s hard to know what actually happened, but witnesses at the game say they heard Wayne trash-talking both Miami fans and players. He reportedly called Chris Bosh “soft,” and the game’s top scorer Lebron James says Wayne also heckled teammate Dwayne Wade.

“If i’m over there, but i wasn’t over there, but i heard he had an altercation with D Wade, but you know i heard that he said he was kicked out, i heard from our people he wasn’t kicked out.”

This isn’t Wayne’s first time at the center of a courtside controversy.

Last year Wayne was denied entry into an Oklahoma City Thunder playoff game against the San Antonio Spurs. Wayne claimed he was barred due to racism, but the Thunder representatives said he simply didn’t have the right ticket.

No video footage has been leaked of the rapper making any inappropriate gun gestures at the game, although witnesses suggest its only a matter of time before footage appears that will clear up the confusion.

Was Lil Wayne Kicked Out of Heat vs Lakers Game?

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Feb 11, 2013

Was Lil Wayne Kicked Out of Heat vs Lakers Game?

(Image source: Wikimedia Commons)


BY ELAINE STOCKDALE

ANCHOR CHRISTIAN BRYANT

 

Rapper Lil Wayne claims he was kicked out of the Miami Heat - LA Lakers game Sunday, but the Heat and other witnesses all have different stories.

The Grammy-award winning rapper claims he was booted for not supporting the Heat. Wayne tweeted that he rooted for the Lakers before he was forced out by police.

But Miami resident Danny Vega, who attended the game, says Wayne was actually asked to leave for making inappropriate gun gestures toward other fans.

To add a third perspective, a Miami Heat spokesperson released a statement saying “Lil Wayne was not kicked out but instead chose to leave.”

It’s hard to know what actually happened, but witnesses at the game say they heard Wayne trash-talking both Miami fans and players. He reportedly called Chris Bosh “soft,” and the game’s top scorer Lebron James says Wayne also heckled teammate Dwayne Wade.

“If i’m over there, but i wasn’t over there, but i heard he had an altercation with D Wade, but you know i heard that he said he was kicked out, i heard from our people he wasn’t kicked out.”

This isn’t Wayne’s first time at the center of a courtside controversy.

Last year Wayne was denied entry into an Oklahoma City Thunder playoff game against the San Antonio Spurs. Wayne claimed he was barred due to racism, but the Thunder representatives said he simply didn’t have the right ticket.

No video footage has been leaked of the rapper making any inappropriate gun gestures at the game, although witnesses suggest its only a matter of time before footage appears that will clear up the confusion.

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