King of Diamonds' Disco Rick: "Lil Wayne Is KOD... Trick Never Made Him Leave"

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As the don of Miami's KOD, businessman, and booty-bass legend Disco Rick is the final word at "the world's largest & sexiest adult club."

So what's he gotta say about Trick Daddy allegedly chasing Lil Wayne and his Young Money crew out of King of Diamonds?

"Yo, that fake news and lies," Rick tells Crossfade in an official statement, sent via text.

UPDATE Trick Daddy says: "If I wanted to start shit with Lil Wayne, he'd have been in the hospital for a different reason than a seizure."

See also:

-Pepe Billete: Trick Daddy Throwing Lil Wayne Out of KOD Is a Win for 305 Pride

-Lil Wayne Scuffles With Trick Daddy, Tossed Out of Miami's KOD Strip Club

-Trick Daddy "Sent Lil Wayne Packing Like a Little Bitch," Says Miami Rapper

Earlier today, we spoke with a Miami rapper close to Trick who insisted that Weezy was sent "packing like a little bitch."

But Disco Rick vehemently disputes that account, saying: "Anything about 'Trick made Lil Wayne leave KOD or Wayne was escorted out' is a fuckin' lie.

"Lil Wayne and Cash Money is a big part of KOD," he adds. "This is a business and YMCMB did a lot for KOD. Let's just say this is the house that YMCMB built."

Rick even rebukes reports of physical confrontations, scuffles, cigarette flicking, etc. "For the record, nobody touched Lil Wayne at all at KOD," he says. "And our doors are always open to YMCMB!


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