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Thursday, June 04, 2015

Rapper starts fight at Stop The Violence concert

Dwayne Carter Jr. -- aka Li'l Wayne -- aaka Weezy -- was among the celebrities participating in the "Stop The Violence" charity basketball game in St. Louis, following months of riots and looting in the wake of a false narrative about a police shooting.

Li'l Wayne didn't like the ref's calls and attacked him. The melee was caught on video.

From Breitbart:
Things turned violent at a “Stop the Violence” charity basketball game Sunday in St. Louis, MO, after rapper Lil Wayne attacked and allegedly tried to spit on a referee, according to TMZ.
The entertainment news and gossip site reports “Weezy” was coaching the Young Money team with little success. He lost his cool on an official after a series of questionable calls in favor of the opposing team, which was led by a man named “Loose Cannon Slim,” who was also the event’s organizer.
Wayne allegedly charged at the official and even tried to spit on him before the rapper’s team chased the man away in an attempt to calm the situation.
Police were reportedly called to the scene, but no arrests were made.
Li'l Wayne like guns and pot. He shot himself when he was 12. He did a year at Riker's Island for gun law violations. Anger management may help him. He's 32 and has four kids.


  1. Is anyone surprised by this? I think not.

    "Anger management may help him." Maybe. Apparently he does not wish to set a good example for his kids. He surely hasn't internalized the “Stop the Violence” meme. Hashtaggers don't seem to understand their hashtags.

  2. So who is the popular role model for black kids, this thug, or Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas? I'll bet Carter has never been disrespected and called an Uncle Tom by other blacks like Justice Clarence Thomas has. And please don't refer to this jerk Carter as Weezy. I prefer to reserve that nickname for the gracious Louise Jefferson, who was played by the wonderful Isabel Sanford in my all-time favorite TV show, The Jeffersons.

  3. Hands Up Means Yes! ... or something like that. Whatever.