News: Miami Heat's Dwayne Wade Hustles Hard, Spits Bars W/ Ace Hood [Video]

Saturday, Feb 25, 2012 7:01PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

While Miami Heat superstar Dwayne Wade may be hitting the court at the NBA All-Star game tomorrow night (February 26) in Orlando, he was spotted this week putting in work alongside rapper Ace Hood.

Footage of D-Wade and Ace spitting bars to "Hustle Hard" in Florida hit the Internet Saturday.

Dwyane Wade was once again working with a sidekick this week -- but instead of LeBron James on the basketball court, it was rapper Ace Hood in the club. Wade hosted a party Thursday night at VAiN nightclub in Orlando to kick off NBA All-Star Weekend. Wade took the mic with Ace as he performed his song "Hustle Hard." D-Wade will be starting for the Eastern Conference during tomorrow's NBA All-Star game ... which someone brilliantly scheduled right up against the Oscars. Thanks, David Stern! (TMZ)

Prior to losing the bet, Cash Money Records' Birdman bet $2 million on Wade's Heat winning last year's NBA Finals against the Dallas Mavericks.

"YMCMBu$iness I Bet. 2million on tha MiaMi Heat.goin bye me another muthafkin WHip.we tha BusiNESS.I'm on 1.mula krazy," Baby tweeted Wednesday (June 1). (Baby's Twitter)

Although Wade has received props from Birdman, rap star Lil Wayne aired out his issues with the Heat star last year.

When Wayne sat court-side at a recent Miami Heat/New Orleans Hornets game he was upset that Lebron James and Dwayne Wade never came over to talk to him. "Them n*ggas never speak to a n*gga," he says. "They don't chuck me the deuce or nothing. N*gga spent all that money on them f*cking tickets ... Come holla at me. We sit right by them little b*tch-a** n*ggas. At least come ask me why I'm not rooting for you." (Rolling Stone)

With a 27-7 win/loss standing, the Heat currently hold the NBA's best overall record.

With three All-Stars here, it shouldn't be a surprise the Miami Heat have been the NBA's best team and look to be the favorites to win the NBA Championship. LeBron James is playing at an MVP level, and the same could be said for Dwyane Wade. The Heat are aggressive on defense and James appears to have taken his game to another level -- scary for a two-time MVP. What the second half holds is anyone's guess, but for now, I expect James to bring a championship along to South Beach. (The Sacramento Bee)

Check out Dwayne Wade rapping below:

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