News: Trina's OKC Thunder Boyfriend Responds To Lil Wayne: "Come To The Next Game"
Friday, Jun 1, 2012 5:01PM
Oklahoma City Thunder star player James Harden has weighed in on last night's controversy over Young Money's Lil Wayne claiming his team banned him from the Western Conference Finals Game 3, extending his hand out to Weezy F. Baby.
Harden took to his Twitter page to publicly reach out to Wayne, even offering to lace him with tickets for Saturday's Game 4.
"@LilTunechi Come to the Next game. We got seats for u 5! Whooppp!," he tweeted June 1st. (James Harden's Twitter)
Harden and Weezy have a thing or two in common with Miami female rapper Trina.
HoopsVibe has it from inside sources that Lil Wayne and Trina were caught making out at Monica's album release party last night. It had already been well established that Lil Wayne broke up with ex-girlfriend DHEA and that we all knew Lil Wayne and Trina had previously dated. It was also well established that Trina was dating 6 Man of The Year winner James Harden of the Oklahoma Thunder, but who could have predicted Lil Wayne and Trina would rekindle their relationship at Club LIV in Miami last night and embarrass Harden like this in the middle of the playoffs. Our source inside the club says Trina also went home with Lil Wayne after the club got out. (Hoops Vibe)
Wayne broke the news of his denied entrance late last night (May 31).
"Was going to go to the Thunder game tonight but was denied by the team to be in their arena. Wow. Smh. Go Spurs!," he tweeted May 31st.
"Sesh!" (Lil Wayne's Twitter)
While OKC officials claim courtside tickets were unavailable for the night, Young Money President Mack Maine offered up a different story following the news.
Tunechi is a noted L.A. Lakers fan, but his friend and manager Cortez Bryant is a San Antonio Spurs die-hard, so Weezy thought he'd treat his buddy to a game -- that is until OKC brass spoiled his plans. It was Young Money President Mack Maine who tried to score the tickets through a broker, but securing the seats proved to be difficult. "He finally just let me know, they not really tryin' to sell tickets to him," Mack Maine told MTV News minutes after the playoff game ended. "They said they'll give him some tickets on the front row behind, but they're not really tryin' to have him sittin' courtside." (MTV)