Rapper Lil Wayne was escorted out the Miami Heat vs. Los Angeles Lakers game on Feb. 10 for reportedly making a handgun gesture at someone in the stands, sources said.
A witness named Danny Vega tweeted the following, according to USA Today:
"Random guy yelled at Lil Wayne at #MiamiHEAT game, Weezy looked back, gave him a mean stare & gestured he had a gun. Weezy just got into argument with security at the #MiamiHEAT game. He got kicked out for gun gesture."
"Weezy just got into argument with security at the #MiamiHEAT game. He got kicked out for gun gesture," Vega added.
Weezy had a different version of what happened and took to his Twitter to express his frustrations for being asked to leave -all because he was "rooting" for his Laker team.
"So I'm @ da Heat game right, rootin 4 da Lakers kuz dats my team & would u believe they got police 2 make me leave?! Wow! F#€k da Heat" he wrote.
A spokesman for the Miami Heat told TMZ Lil Wayne was not kicked out of the basketball game, but left on his own will: "In response to your injury, please note that Lil Wayne was not ejected from the building. He chose to leave."
In June 2012, the rapper accused Oklahoma City Thunder of racism after being denied front row courtside seats. The 30-year-old rapper is currently facing a new lawsuit from a man who claims he was hit in the head with "what appeared to be skateboard" by a Young Money employee - all for trying to take a picture.
The lawsuit filed by attorney Craig Chisvin on Feb. 8 stated that the victim of the alleged attack is Alfred Marino, and that "he doesn't know who intentionally struck him on his head" but believes the attacker was working for Lill Wayne on May 3, 2012, when the incident occurred.
Marino claims that he spotted the How to Love rapper on the streets of Los Angeles and attempted to take a picture, according to E! But before he had the chance to, an unidentified man took a skateboard and bashed him in the back of the head.
As a result of the incident, the lawsuit stated that Marino "sustained severe and serious injuries to his head, in addition to lost wages and lost earning capacity."