It may be a while before Lil Wayne returns to Miami’s notorious gentlemen’s club, King of Diamonds. According to Vlad TV, the Young Money boss was escorted out of the club Monday night (April 8) after a confrontation with Trick Daddy escalated into a scuffle.
Apparently incensed that Tunechi hadn’t “checked in” prior to the engagement, as he was warned to do after his now infamous “F—k Miami” rant and subsequent unapologetic stance on his comments about the Miami Heat, Trick Daddy, the self-professed “Mayor of Dade County,” reportedly entered the striptease establishment with 40-50 fellow Miamians in tow, looking to confront the I Am Not A Human Being II MC. The face-to-face encounter between the two rappers spiraled out of control, though, after Daddy Dollars allegedly threw a cigarette in Wayne’s face.
Weezy, along with YMCMB president Mack Maine, were tapped to host the grand reopening of KOD, which had recently upgraded its interior with a new LED lighting system and various other bells and whistles.
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Neither party has taken to Twitter to comment on the situation but KOD did try to diffuse the rumor, tweeting, "YMCMB in the Building!!!!! No worries...," which prompted the following response from @KOD_miami, “trick daddy in the house n----s betta watch they mouth! #slipnslide #f---lilwayne #f---kod #tootsiesallday.”
Trick’s no tolerance policy against Wayne stems from the comments he made to 99 JAMZ radio station back in February after the "How To Love" rapper made no apologies for his anti-Miami rant.
“If anybody don’t like it they can die tonight,” Trick said. “I don’t care who be offended by what I say. I rep my city and want nobody disrespecting. We’ve got to stick together as radio, as artists, as DJs and fans who love the music as a whole. That’s what makes a community. Me and Luke been talking, we've been getting together, we're going to find out some type of way to get this thing back on the road -- I can't go nowhere else, this is my home. So from now on, when they get here, they're going to have to start checking in.”