Lil Wayne Gets Kicked out of a Miami Heat Game

Photo Credit: Ryan Dombal
Photo Credit: Ryan Dombal

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Lil Wayne has already made it clear that he is very passionate about sports. It’s one of the reasons the Young Money founder and Cash Money rapper started a new hobby  of skateboarding, but his passion for his new sport has caused him to rack up in lawsuits. It been alleged in at least two separate incidents that Lil Wayne got so angry that people were trying to take pictures of him while he practiced on his skateboard that one man ended up getting hit in the head with his own skateboard, while it’s been alleged that another man was told by the rapper that he was going to get shot for taping him while he practiced.

Then there’s the recent incident Lil Wayne had at a celebrity sporting even for DirecTV in which he ended up getting in a shoving match with a camera man after his team lost. The rapper did claim that he was pushed first, and he even said on video that he felt he couldn’t really respond how he wanted to because he’s a black man with a criminal history, and the camera man was white.

Well it looks like Lil Wayne is having even more issues at sports events because the self-proclaimed Lakers fan claims he was kicked out of a Heat vs. Lakers game on Sunday. He took to his Twitter account to notify his fans of the incident:

lil wayne kicked out of miami heat game


Although Lil Wayne seems to suggest he was kicked out due to rooting for the Lakers, those that were in attendance and sitting close by the rapper claim he was actually kicked out for  allegedly making a violent gesture at a Heat’s fan.

Danny Vega tweets:

“Random guy yelled at Lil Wayne at #MiamiHEAT game. Weezy looked back, gave him a mean stare & gestured he had a gun.

“Weezy just got into argument with security at the #MiamiHEAT game. He got kicked out for gun gesture.”


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