Lil Wayne Says He Was Mistreated at Lakers Game, Blames Prior Comments on Anthony Davis

Given his status as one of America’s most famous musicians for the last two decades, rapper Lil Wayne would seem like an obvious candidate to be treated well at Los Angeles Lakers games.

Not so, apparently! Thursday night, the five-time Grammy winner took to social media to share his negative experience during the Lakers’ 134–131 overtime win over the Washington Wizards.

“Wow! Got treated like s— at the Laker game just now but I figured they’d do me that sooner or later either bc of what i said abt [forward Anthony Davis] or simply bc they don’t fwm which I been got that vibe from em as well so all good I get it,” Lil Wayne wrote. “F— em. It isn’t what it isn’t. I’m used to it.”

To what Davis-related opinion is Lil Wayne referring? The most obvious candidate is one gave on the Nov. 10 episode of Undisputed, where he urged Los Angeles to trade the nine-time All-Star.

“If the Lakers want to be a championship team, they have to get rid of AD,” the rapper said.

Davis unquestionably came through Thursday with 40 points and 15 rebounds—and it appears Lakers fans let Lil Wayne hear it accordingly.

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