(AllHipHop News) Yesterday (February 10), the Miami Heat defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 107-97 and Lebron James became the third player in NBA history to have 5 consecutive games scoring over 30 points on 60% field goal shooting.
Lil Wayne attended the game but did not get to witness the historic feat as he was ejected by security at the American Airlines arena.
The Heat’s spokeswoman stated, via email to USA Today, that Mr. Carter left on his own.
While the New Orleans wordsmith asserts his vocal allegiance with the Heat’s opponent as the cause for his ejection, an eyewitness sitting near Lil Wayne suggests guns were the central reason.
Miami DJ Irie’s Social Media Manager , Danny Vega tweeted during the game that Lil Wayne gestured he had a gun to an antagonizing fan:
Random guy yelled at Lil Wayne at #MiamiHEAT game. Weezy looked back, gave him a mean stare & gestured he had a gun. LOL what a douche
— Señor Danny Vega (@sdVEGA) February 10, 2013
This incident is the latest saga in an ongoing riff between the Young Money President and the Miami Heat, specifically the team’s two biggest stars.
Weezy vented to Rolling Stone in January of 2011 his frustrations over Dwayne Wade and Lebron James not acknowledging him at games. “We sit by them b*tch a*s n*ggas,” said Wayne. “At least come and ask why I’m not rooting for you.”
Five months after that Lil Wayne celebrated with the Heats 2011 Finals opponents, Dallas Mavericks at Miami’s Club Liv.
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Lil Wayne’s questionable interaction with a fan might have earned him an ejection from Sunday’s game, but one a year ago recently earned him a lawsuit.
According to court documents posted by E!, Alfred Marino alleges that a member of Lil Wayne’s entourage struck him with a skateboard after the fan attempted to take a picture of the rapper. The plaintiff does not know exactly who struck him which is why he listed 1 to 100 suspects.
Lil Wayne’s next album, I Am Not A Human Being II drops March 26th and promises production from David Banner, Juicy J, Mike Will Made It and more.