Lil Wayne warns Mark Cuban ‘it’s up’ as rapper responds to Mavericks proprietor on Twitter

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Earlier this week, points acquired heated between rapper Lil Wayne and Dallas Maverick’s proprietor Mark Cuban on Twitter following Sunday’s sport (15 May) between the Dallas Mavericks and the Phoenix Suns.

A earlier tweet from the rapper regarding Dallas Mavericks’ Luka Dončić acquired right here once more to haunt him this week as a result of the group’s proprietor fired once more after Sunday’s Suns v Mavericks sport.

The change has since escalated extra as Lil Wayne has clapped once more at Cuban with a tweet of his private, with followers questioning what occurred between the two.

Mark Cuban and Lil Wayne’s Twitter change outlined

The Twitter change between Mark Cuban and Lil Wayne kicked off at first of the month as Lil Wayne talked about Dallas Mavericks participant Luka Dončić in a tweet following the 8 May Suns v Mavericks sport.

This week the two teams carried out in opposition to at least one one other as soon as extra with Dallas Mavericks proprietor Mark Cuban quoting the tweet as he fired once more on the rapper.

At Sunday’s sport, Lil Wayne was seen sitting entrance row with Cuban’s tweet that features a picture of the rapper courtside as he wrote: “It’s a s**t show, put you front row,” which have been lyrics from Lil Wayne’s 2018 monitor Uproar.

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Lil Wayne warns Mark Cuban ‘it’s up’ as rapper fires once more at tweet

Following Cuban’s use of Lil Wayne’s private lyrics in opposition to him, the rapper has since clapped once more on the Dallas Mavericks proprietor’s tweet.

According to Complex, in a now since-deleted publish, Lil Wayne addressed him as he wrote: “Mark Cuban don’t make me get u smacked boy U playing w me?? I will piss in ya f*n mouth h*.”

He adopted up with a second tweet, which appears to be still live on the rapper’s account, which study: “Ya lil b***h, it’s up.”

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Lil Wayne is a Phoenix Suns fan

Fans of the rapper might already know that Lil Wayne is a supporter of the Phoenix Suns.

His present courtside look simply isn’t the one time he has been seen from the sidelines over time.

Lil Wayne is a longtime buddy of the group’s stage guard Chris Paul with the pair talked about to have first crossed paths in 2005.

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