Lil Wayne Says He Was 'Treated Like Sh*t' at Lakers Game After Controversial Anthony Davis Comments

Lil Wayne Claims He Was 'Treated Like Sh*t' And Was 'Disrespected' At Recent Laker Game

Lil Wayne Tweets Displeasure Over Lakers Game Treatment After Anthony Davis Comments
Lil Wayne, the iconic rapper, recently took to Twitter to voice his frustration after an unpleasant experience at a Los Angeles Lakers game against the Washington Wizards on February 29th. Wayne expressed feeling mistreated and speculated whether it was due to his previous comments about Lakers player Anthony Davis or simply because of a lack of appreciation towards him.

In his tweet, Wayne reflected on his treatment at the game, stating:
Got treated like s**t at the Lakers game just now, but I figured they’d do me [like] that sooner or later either [because] of what I said [about Anthony Davis] or simply [because] they don’t [f**k with me].

- Lil Wayne

Despite the negative experience, Wayne maintained a resilient attitude, expressing understanding and acceptance, saying:
I [had gotten] that vibe from ‘em as well, so all good. I get it. F**k ‘em. It isn’t what it isn’t. I’m used to it.

- Lil Wayne

Watch Lil Wayne's Frustration as He Throws His Hands Up and Leaves Last Night's LA Lakers Game:

The incident at the Lakers game stemmed from Wayne's past commentary about Anthony Davis, where he controversially advocated for the Lakers to part ways with the player to enhance their championship prospects. However, Wayne appeared to revise his stance during a February episode of FS1's "UNDISPUTED," acknowledging Davis' exceptional talent on the court and recognizing the difficulty of finding a replacement for him.
You gotta get rid of A.D. He’s shown us that, and I guess the only time he hasn’t shown us that is New Orleans and the Bubble Championship. Get rid of him and get some good players. We don’t even need a superstar.

- Lil Wayne

Watch Lil Wayne Telling The Lakers To Get Rid of Anthony Davis:

In addition to his involvement in sports discussions, Lil Wayne also showcased his love for basketball by participating in the 2024 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game. Serving as an assistant coach for Stephen A. Smith’s team alongside A’ja Wilson, Wayne shared the court with fellow celebrities like Jennifer Hudson and CJ Stroud, adding to the excitement of the event.

Beyond his engagements in the sports world, Lil Wayne continues to make waves in the music industry. In 2023, he teamed up with 2 Chainz to release "Welcome 2 Collegrove," a 21-song album featuring collaborations with artists such as Usher, Benny the Butcher, and Rick Ross, further solidifying his influence and legacy in hip-hop.

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