Over the weekend, fans caught footage of a frustrated Lil Wayne at a celebrity flag football game. The emcee appeared upset during the event, Direct TV’s Celebrity Beach Bowl. After coming off the field, Wayne spoke about why he seemed livid in the footage.
When speaking with E! about why he was mad, Weezy explained that he does not like to be touched.
“Because one of these camera dudes just pushed me,” he said, as seen on Rap Radar. “I don’t like to be touched by people I don’t tell to touch me. So, I’ma get out of the building because if I touch somebody, I go to jail because they not the color of me.”
He continued, relaying a message to the camera crew.
“They not the same color I am so you know how that go,” he continued before directing his attention at the camera men. “But to them, ‘Fuck you.'”
Lil Wayne was present for the sports celebration as a fan. He has had his own sports show and has played in other celebrity games in the past. He has even said that he might quit music to pursue his love for skateboarding more seriously. Other celebrities were also at the event, including Snoop Lion.
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