Miami Heat eject Lil Wayne - Banned From All NBA Arenas?

By Vytis Lasaitis
Lil Wayne
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On Feb. 10 the Miami Heat took on the Los Angeles Lakers at home, a game in which hip-hop artist Lil Wayne was, according to him, escorted out of the American Airlines Arena by police.

According to a tweet by Lil Wayne after the game, he was merely rooting for his Lakers:

During the All-Star weekend in Houston, Lil Wayne took the opportunity to further vent his frustration with a profanity-filled rant.

While on stage, he was filmed claiming that the NBA has now banned him from all the arenas around the country, on behalf of a request by the Miami Heat. He continued to drop F- and N-bombs on the Heat, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade (to whom he referred to as She-Wade) and Chris Bosh. He also encouraged the fans to assist him in his quest to curse the Heat, and the crowd joined in on his antics.

To top off his already impressing and eloquent speech, he also asserted that he engaged in sexual intercourse with Chris Bosh’s wife. So there is that.

After the game in which Lil Wayne was, allegedly, escorted by the police, the Heat stated that he chose to leave himself. This is clearly a case of someone lying.

It is understandable that he is upset for essentially being denied entry to all NBA arenas, but I am not sure whether going on stage and holding a profanity-filled speech is the type of behavior that will make the league once again open up its doors to the rapper.

According to Miami Herald, neither the NBA nor the Miami Heat have confirmed the ban yet.

Vytis is a Miami Heat and NBA columnist for RantSports. You can follow him on Twitter here: @VytisLasaitis

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