By: Taren Vaughan
Did the Lil Wayne Trick Daddy beef escalate? Lil’ Wayne sparked outrage after he got on a track with Future and spit some offensive lyrics about the brutal beating of Emmett Till. And he caused the Miami Heat fans of the world to go completely off on him for the onstage rant that he went on during one of his performances where he slammed LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, Chris Bosh and his wife Adrienne being the ones that he lashed out at the most claiming that he slept with Adrienne. After the subtle responses that his disses got from those he went in on, Lil’ Wayne retracted his ‘F*ck LeBron’ statement as he says it just slipped out. Well whether he meant what he said or not, Rapper Trick Daddy, who reps Miami to the fullest, apparently had some business that he needed to handle with Lil’ Wayne over his anti-Heat comments and the disrespect that Wayne showed his hometown.
According to VLADTV, things almost got very ugly between the two rappers at party that was thrown for the re-opening of the King of Diamonds club in Miami that was hosted by Wayne and his close friend and president of Young Money Mack Maine. And it was said that Trick Daddy rolled up to the club with his entourage of 40-50 people in search of Wayne. And when he found the person he was looking for, Trick Daddy alleged threw a cigarette in Lil’ Wayne’s face. Once things looked to be escalating, Lil’ Wayne was said to have been escorted out of the club. Despite the reports of a Lil’ Wayne Trick Daddy scuffle, King of Diamonds attempted to diffuse the situation by tweeting this from the club’s Twitter account:
“YMCMB in the Building!!!!! No worries…”
Of the club’s followers on Twitter, @mostdoe50 responded to KOD’s tweet and had a clear message for Wayne and the club:
“@KOD_miami trick daddy in the house ni*gas betta watch they mouth! #slipnslide #f*cklilwayne #f*ckkod #tootsiesallday.”
In related news, Gossip Extra reports that Lil’ Wayne may be on the verge of losing his home in Miami, Florida and the cars that he owns:
A lawyer is gearing up to confiscate some of the entertainer’s assets in South Florida, including his prized cars and fancy waterfront home in Miami Beach. Lil Wayne and his production company, Young Money, were socked with a $2.2 million judgment in November in California after losing a lawsuit over a contract. Last month, the same court awarded the plaintiff’s lawyer, Miami’s David Goldstein, a whopping $1.2 million in legal fees. In all, Weezy and Young Money owe $3.4 million — and have yet to pay up. So, according to Miami-Dade County records, Goldstein is moving to have the Cali judgment domesticated to Florida so that he can start going after the singer’s stuff.