Lil Wayne Says He Was Kicked Out Of The Lakers-Heat Game, Possibly For…

Maybe Lil Wayne should just stop going to live sporting events. First, there was that whole kerfuffle about him not being able to attend a Thunder game, which brought accusations of racism. Then he had a strange meltdown at the DirectTV Celebrity Beach Bowl, and now it appears that he was kicked out of yesterday's… » 2/11/13 11:55am 2/11/13 11:55am

Lil Wayne Will Be Courtside At The Thunder Game Tonight

Remember the uproar over Lil Wayne's Thunder seats during the Western Conference Finals? Weezy said he was banned from sitting courtside at Game 3 because he was black. The Thunder said they merely ran out of acceptable tickets. The internet said Wayne was banned, but that James Harden orchestrated it because of a… » 6/12/12 4:40pm 6/12/12 4:40pm

Lil Wayne Accuses Oklahoma City Thunder Of Racism

Not that long ago, we all thought Lil Wayne was denied access to Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals in Oklahoma City because of a convoluted love triangle involving some Thunder players. Turns out it's because Lil Wayne is black, according to Lil Wayne. Various players have since come forward and offered Lil… » 6/02/12 4:30pm 6/02/12 4:30pm

Lil' Wayne Likely First Rapper Ever To Wear A Women's College…

Weezy's full-blown crush on Notre Dame guard Skylar Diggins swelled to a creepier degree last night, when he performed at Indiana University in a #4 Fighting Irish jersey. We're unable to confirm this, but we reckon that this just may be the first time in our nation's history that a rapper has donned a women's college… » 4/13/11 3:30pm 4/13/11 3:30pm

Lil' Wayne Sheds No Tattooed Teardrops for Pacman Jones

ESPN the Mag's extremely productive blogger, Lil' Wayne — the Bob Dylan of our generation — went off in his usual Weezy fashion this week about all things sports related. One Lil' Wayne opinion of note is the rapper's stance on Cowboys' trouble-making defensive back Pacman Jones. Always unpredictable, Wayne says that… » 11/26/08 2:30pm 11/26/08 2:30pm

Lil' Wayne Brings Much Needed Grizzy Element To ESPN

The rapper personally responsible for rejuvenating hip hop has now cashed in a huge chunk of his street credibility for a chance to blog for ESPN. His first entry was published today ( Title: AARON RODGERS 'HAS BEEN WONDERFUL') and it's surprisingly more coherent than many of Stephen A. Smith's face-typed ramblings.… » 9/25/08 5:30pm 9/25/08 5:30pm