Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne has come clean on saying he slept with Miami Heat star Chris Bosh‘s wife earlier this year and admitted he went too far.
While discussing an alleged ban against him from the Miami Heat, Weezy addressed his now-infamous comments about Mrs. Bosh.
“It’s not true, I didn’t get banned, they did tell me I’m allowed back whenever I want,” Weezy F. Baby said when asked about his relationship with the Miami Heat. “I don’t think they want me there so I won’t make it hard on either of us. … [Sleeping with Chris Bosh’s wife?] I said that? [laughs] I was too turnt up that night. I was a little too turnt up.” (“Jimmy Kimmel Live”)
Earlier this year, Wayne publicly called out the Miami Heat and boasted about sleeping with Bosh’s wife.
“Let’s finish having a good time. When I say ‘F*ck,’ you say ‘NBA.’ F*ck! When I say ‘F*ck,’ you say ‘Miami Heat.’ F*ck! You let them n*ggas know I’m from the streets so I ain’t going on no Twitter beef — take it to the f*cking streets n*gga. F*ck all these n*ggas. F*ck LeBron, f*ck D-Wade, f*ck all them n*ggas man. And, and, and I f*cked Chris Bosh’s wife.” (YouTube)
Coincidentally, the Bosh family fell victim to a robbery months later.
The home of Chris Bosh was robbed of at least $479,000 in jewelry, purses and other goods, but not of his NBA championship ring, while the Miami Heat star was out celebrating his 29th birthday, Miami Beach Police said Thursday. Bosh and his wife returned from a Miami club to find their closet ransacked, according to police. The couple had left their two children home with housekeepers while they attended the well-publicized party. No one in the house said they heard any noise, police said. (USA Today)
Despite the tensions, Wayne recently predicted Miami taking down the San Antonio Spurs in a seven-game NBA Finals series.
With his beloved L.A. Lakers out of contention, the South Beach resident now believes that LeBron James and the Miami Heat are the clear-cut favorite to take the basketball crown. Clearly his past spat with the team hasn’t affected how he analyzes the game. “C’mon man, you know you can’t beat that machine out here in Miami man. Nobody can beat that machine. I have yet to see someone beat that machine,” he said. “I think the [San Antonio] Spurs will give them a run for their money but, that machine, the Miami Heat.” (MTV)
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