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Lil Wayne says he slept with Chris Bosh Wife

The Miami Heat have crossed the line in Weezy eye's. This past weekend at an All-Star event, Wayne unleashed hid wrath on them. Calling out Bosh, Wade and Lebron.

TMZ reported in a video showing his dis-please at a nightclub in Houston. "The NBA banned me from all NBA events ... because the Miami Heat told them to ban me." Its quite clear that Wayne is and i quote "PISSED". He thinks that the Miami Heat Organization shut him out from participating in any of the All-Star festivities. He in turn let it be known to the audience that came out to see him perform with Drake and Birdman.

"When I say f---, you say NBA! When I say f---, you say Miami Heat!"

He added, "F--- LeBron. F--- She Wade. F--- Chris Bosh. F--- all y'all."

Of the players named, Weezy aimed his most personal attack at Bosh.

"I f---- Chris Bosh wife."

So yea he said it, and is talking about Chris Bosh wife Adrienne Bosh!!!!

The NBA has yet to say that yes they have put Weezy on "THE LIST" but lets be for real they did and I personally think its a weak move by the NBA and the Heat if it turns out to be so. At a recent game they told Wayne he had to leave the Lakers vs Heat game on the basis of him cheering for his favorite team the Lakers. Well if thats not a B**ch move i don't know what is.

Wayne took to twitter and here is what he had to say,  "So I’m @ da Heat game right, rootin 4 da Lakers kuz dats my team & would you believe they got police 2 make me leave? Wow! F#€k da Heat,".

Apparently he beefed with a Heat fan and pointed the "finger guns" at em !!!!!

Looks like Weezy bout to  bring the noise to Heat and lets not forget he is the "fireman". Stay tuned for further details and lets not forget "KEEP IT HIP HOP".

Written By Leon of iamtheinfluenc.com


Lakers and Clippers: Unfamiliar Territory

 It was not too long ago that the Los Angeles Clippers were mentioned in the conversation as one of the teams who were among the laughing stock of the NBA, while their city mates, Los Angeles Lakers sat atop the western conference. To say the tables have turned is an absurd understatement. Lob city is not only the most exciting team to watch but one of the most complete teams in the league today. Without question, Gary Sacks and the Clipper front office outdid the rest of the league and secured an impressive bench to back up a superb starting 5. Clippers have assembled a 2nd team that could easily start for many other squads. Among that group of possible starters, they acquired Lamar Odom, Grant Hill, and Mr. sixth man, Jamal Crawford all this past summer. Led by arguably the best point guard in the NBA in Chris Paul and the new human highlight reel, Blake Griffin, the Clippers have the 2nd best record in the west, and at one point this season reeled off a punishing win streak that was just recently snapped at 17 games. Needless to say this new age Los Angeles Clippers team started to improve the last few years but this year they’ve been downright dominating.  Meanwhile in the other Los Angeles locker room, where the historic championship aura oozes from, we welcome the Los Angeles Lakers to the laughing stock conversation.

With the exception of the Boston Celtics, when you think winning franchises and championships, you think of the Lakers, it’s what their organization embodies. However this year they have not looked championship like in any games this season. At 17-24, they hold a record that isn’t exactly the worse in the NBA, but one that is embarrassing for a team of this caliber. Coming into this season the expectations were extremely high and the buzz around the league was that the Lakers now have the new super team. One that is formidable enough to knock off a powerhouse like the Heat, let alone any team in the west. As we creep over the half-way point of the season, the playoffs are nowhere in sight right now for Kobe and the Lakers. Acquiring hall of fame point guard Steve Nash and all-star center Dwight Howard, was the biggest acquisition this summer by any team but it hasn’t quite panned out at all. After a 0-4 start the front office dismissed Coach Mike Brown, passed on the legendary Phil Jackson and went with Mike D’Antoni. With an even more dismal record, and signs of a debilitated locker room, the Lakers have plummeted in all aspects. As if there wasn’t enough drama in Hollywood, rumors are now swirling about Dwight Howard’s future. Howard, who is technically still unsigned, is unhappy and supposedly wants out. Could a possible Howard trade be brewing before the deadline hits? Not to mention Lakers have been shopping forward Pao Gasol since last season. Laker GM Mitch Kupchak, dismissed the talks of a trade by saying that it’s too soon to be using the word trade. He and Coach D’Antoni have both stated recently that the Laker woes are not due to personnel but rather lack of effort.

  The Lakers have a lot of unanswered questions this season, but what is surely undisputed is that this is not the same winning organization we are accustoming to seeing. Consistently losing games, compiled with coaching changes and trade rumors are the makings of a rough 2-season finale for Laker great Kobe Bryant. Bryant who is currently the NBA’s 2nd leading scorer, has been frustrated with the team and let it be known. In a recent loss against Chicago, he said “I’ve been frustrated before, but this is a different type of frustration and that there is so many things going on”. Since the beginning of the season, things have continued to add to the long list of problems for the Lakers and as the season descends to the playoffs it will be interesting to see if they can pull it together and nab a playoff spot. The last team to win a playoff series with their current record of 17-24 was back during the 80-81’ season. One thing is for certain; their Hollywood neighbors have solidified themselves as a top seed. Lakers could be a couple winning spurts from being back in the hunt, or a couple losses from scouting draft picks; something o-so-familiar to the Clippers organization.

Written by Functuay of IAMTHEINFLUENC.COM   


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