Editorial – Lil Wayne … Shut up, dude.

It’s not enough that I hate Lil Wayne’s voice, but now he’s done something else that makes me want to punch him in the mouth.

Thursday night, the obnoxious “rapper” tweeted that he was denied into Chesapeake Energy Arena that night when he wanted to watch the Oklahoma City Thunder take on the San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference Finals (that’s basketball, for those who aren’t into sports). According to Billboard.com, team rep Dan Mahoney clarified to the public that the only reason he was was not allowed in the arena was because the game was sold out.

If Lil Wayne knew anything about sports, which I highly doubt since it appears he’s the worst kind of bandwagon fan, he would know that playoff game tickets are very difficult to come by, especially if his highness wants to sit in the front row. What does he expect? For OKC to shove aside paying customers and/or hometown fans to¬†accommodate¬†this celebrity that goes to games dressed like THIS!?

Speaking of hometown fans, Ticketmaster wasn’t even selling tickets to most people outside the general geographic area apparently. Why’s Weezy gotta make it all about him? All that shows is that he didn’t even make an attempt to try to buy tickets, otherwise he would have seen that notice. And to top it off, after insinuating that OKC didn’t have a valid excuse for denying him in his tweet, he finished it with “Wow. Smh. Go Spurs!” In computer speak, ‘smh’ means ‘shaking my head.’ What are you shaking those dirty ass dreads for, Weezy? He must be thinking, “How dare they!?” Then he automatically jumps onto the Spurs bandwagon after OKC doesn’t give him a ticket that doesn’t even exist in the first place.

When stars act like this, it makes me hate the human race. Weezy has this delusional idea that he is someone who can walk up to the ticket window of one of the best basketball teams in the world and demand front row tickets for the post season. Musicians and other celebrities who live their lives with this sort of mind set are in for the harsh reality that no, you’re not super human. You’re only human.

A disgusting one, at that.