Lil Wayne: “F–k The Heat, F–k LeBron, I F–ked Chris Bosh’s Wife & I’m The New Pac”
We prophesized on Twitter that Lil Wayne’s closing celebration at Stereo Live for All-Star Weekend would be the party to be at. Well, thanks to Tunechi and his vitriol for the Miami Heat, everybody got their wish, ironically on the same week that a fire got set on the roof of the building. Before leading into his new single “Love Me”, Tune grabbed the mic and launched into a tirade about how the Miami Heat have essentially blackballed him from NBA games and how he smashed Chris Bosh’s wife, Adrienne.
Here’s a complete history of what’s gone on with he & the Heat.
January 2011: In a Rolling Stone cover story detailing his life in prison following a gun charge, Wayne chided the Miami Heat, especially Dwyane Wade & LeBron James. “When Wayne sat court-side at a recent Miami Heat/New Orleans Hornets game he was upset that Lebron James and Dwyane Wade never came over to talk to him. “Them niggas never speak to a nigga,” he says. “They don’t chuck me the deuce or nothing. Nigga spent all that money on them fucking tickets … Come holla at me. We sit right by them little bitch-ass niggas. At least come ask me why I’m not rooting for you.”
June 2011: Following the Miami Heat’s loss at the hands of the Dallas Mavericks to win the NBA Title, bandwagon fan Wayne does what any supporter of winners does – he goes and parties with the Mavericks.
June 2012: A year later, Lil Wayne is asked to leave a NBA Finals game between the Heat and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Later on Twitter he goes on a rant claiming racism by the Thunder.
February 2013: Wayne wants to attend the Lakers/Heat game but once more gets removed from the building. He takes to Twitter again to voice his displeasure.
February 2013: The All-Star Game is the straw that breaks the camels back. At Stereo Live in celebration of Birdman’s birthday, Weezy launches into an epic tirade in front of fans, leading them on a “f–k the Miami Heat” chant, also rallying against Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and then some.