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Lil Wayne is a Lil Sad That LeBron James Doesn't Talk to Him During Heat Games

by davidbreitman   January 20, 2011 at 2:25PM  |  Views: 254

In some borderline coherent comments made during a recent Rolling Stone interview, rap superstar Lil Wayne explained that he’s a tad perturbed with LeBron James and Dwayne Wade for refusing to acknowledge him at their games. You know, just like he does when they show up at his recording sessions in order to annoy him at work.

Weezy eloquently noted, “them n****s never speak to a n****.” They don't chuck me the deuce or nothing. N**** spent all that money on them f***ing tickets ... Come holla at me. We sit right by them little b****-a*** n****s. At least come ask me why I'm not rooting for you."

While he does make some clear, well thought-out points, it does seem like he overestimates players' obligations to pretend they care about the celebrities sitting courtside. (Note: Kobe Bryant actually has an “I don’t have to talk to David Arquette” clause in his contract.)

Ironically, James and Wade chose not to comment on the complaint. They were a tad busy convincing people that Chris Bosh is still famous enough to warrant irrational rapper backlash.

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