Lil Wayne Reveals Future Plans For Miami Heat Games

Lil Wayne recently spoke about his plans for attending future Miami Heat games, after speaking out against the team and the wife of one of the players.

The 30-year-old rapper born Dewayne Carter fired off about Heat players Lebron James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade at a birthday celebration for his friend and Cash Money record label CEO Bryan "Birdman" Williams earlier this year.

Entertainment writer Karen Civil reportedly attended the Williams' party and tweeted about Wayne's rant during NBA All-Star weekend.

"(Expletive) the heat, (expletive) Lebron, (expletive) shewayde [sic] and I (expletive) Chris Bosh wife," Wayne said, according to Civil's tweets.

The rapper recently addressed his statements concerning Heat center Chris Bosh's wife, Adrienne on The Jimmy Kimmel Show.

"I said that????? […] I was too turnt up that night," Wayne told host Kimmel. "I was a little too turnt up."

He also addressed his plans not to return to any more Miami Heat games.

"I didn't get banned because they told me I'm allowed back whenever I want," Wayne told Kimmel. "I don't think they want me there so I'm not going to make it hard on either of us."

Earlier this year, the rapper told 99 JAMZ that he and Wade had a falling out during a recent Heat game against the Los Angeles Lakers where he cheered for the California-based basketball team.

"We don't (expletive) with you," Wade told the rapper, according to Carter's retelling on the radio station.

After one game that took place earlier this year, the rapper took to his Twitter to make a claim that he was asked to leave the Heat's American Airlines Arena in Miami after he decided to root for the Lakers.

"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 (SIC)," Carter tweeted to nearly 10 million followers on the social networking website.

However Lorrie-Ann Diaz, a Heat representative, insisted that Wayne left the Heat game on his own in an email to USA Today. Carter later explained the situation to the Miami radio station 99 JAMZ where he admitted to leaving on his own accord after sources told him that security would remove him if he continued to stand up during the game.