Update On Lil Wayne/Trick Daddy Beef And The Incident At King Of Diamonds [VIDEO]
For starters the Lil Wayne/Trick Daddy beef got started around February when Weezy vented at Baby’s birthday party about the NBA banning him from events, The Heat and Chris Boch’s wife.
The feud stems from a game between the Lakers and the Miami Heat. Weezy and several Heat players have had some bad history, so he was very vocal about rooting for The Lakers. His chanting got under Dwayne Wades skin and the two got into it, then Weezy exchanged words with a fan and shortly there after he either left on his own, as the NBA said or he was asked to leave, as he has said.
This whole thing led into All-Star weekend, which took place in Houston. Wayne believes he was shut out from partaking in All-Star festivities at the request of the Miami Heat organization. So he vented to an audience that came to see him perform alongside Drake and Birdman. Weezy revealed to party-goers at a Houston nightclub,
“The NBA banned me from all NBA events … because the Miami Heat told them to ban me.”
“When I say f–k, you say NBA! When I say f–k, you say Miami Heat!”
He added, “F–k LeBron. F–k She Wade. F–k Chris Bosh. F–k all y’all.”
Of the players named, Weezy aimed his most personal attack at Bosh.
“I f—-d Chris Bosh wife.”
Shortly after making those inflammatory comments, Weezy did a radio interview with Miami’s 99 Jamz where he said, “I don’t apologize for that night, I don’t apologize for being who I am. That’s who I am, this is who I am, and yes I did say those things. Only thing I do want to take back from saying that night is I said, ‘F LeBron.’ I didn’t mean to say that because me and LeBron we are cool and I’m really cool with his mom and we have a real good relationship, and that’s my homie but it just slipped out. I didn’t mean to say that. Other than that though, I don’t take nothing back.”
In a different interview and in his own words Weezy explained why he felt he was being banned by the NBA, ” Gerald Green wanted to involve me in one of his dunks. I think he wanted to jump over me while I was skating. Anyway, everything was cool to do it and then after that happened [in Miami], they called him and told him, ’We’d rather you not have Lil Wayne be involved in your dunk. We’d rather it be someone else.’ Homie gave me the word about that.”
According to Wayne, the issued got worse when he was pulled from a performance, “I was also supposed to perform with Alica Keys at halftime of the All-Star game. I was pulled from that as well. Then I tried to get tickets just to attend the event and I was told I couldn’t have any tickets.”
Needless to say, Weezy’s anti-Miami/Heat comments rubbed Miami’s finest the wrong way especially, Luke Campbell, Pit Bull and Trick Daddy. As a matter of fact, Trick Daddy called into Miami’s 99 Jamz and this is what he had to say:
It appears that there are still some hard feelings, given the latest incident that took place at Miami stripe club, King Of Diamonds. Lil Wayne’s night in a Miami strip club almost ended with blows — he and Trick Daddy came dangerously close to a Drake-Chris Brown type brawl … and TMZ has photos inside the club.
Weezy was chillin’ at King of Diamonds a couple of days ago with YMCMB President Mack Mane when, according to sources inside the club, he started to get a bad vibe from Trick Daddy’s posse. TMZ reports, Wayne decided to cut the night short and when he and Mack tried to leave… a few of Trick Daddy’s boys stepped up and threw a lit cigarette in Wayne’s dreads.
Before Wayne could react KOD security jumped in between the parties and cooled off the situation. To squash a couple rumors, at no point were Trick Daddy and Wayne ever face-to-face. Trick Daddy was not with his boys when things got popped off outside either.
A rep for King of Diamonds told TMZ, “It’s sad they had to revisit a situation that was Internet beef … while surrounded by naked girls.” However they said both rappers are welcome back anytime.
So far, there’s been no comment from Trick Daddy or Lil Wayne on the issue.