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Lil Wayne Declares War on Miami Heat: "F#$% LeBron! F#$% She-Wade! And I F#$%ed Chris Bosh's Wife!"

"This ain't no Twitter beefin' or no online beef."

Last night at the Beats By Dre's NBA All-Star Game finale party, Lil Wayne officially declared war on the Miami Heat.

"You let them niggas know I'm from the streets," the Young Money maniac snarled. "Just take it to the motherfucking streets, nigga.

"F**k all them ni**as."

UPDATE Heat fans are lashing out at Lil Wayne, shouting stuff like, "Nah, Meng! We Declare War on You!" and "Go Home Weezy!"

UPDATE #2 Chris Bosh's wife has snapped back at Lil Wayne via Twitter. "Pay no mind to the haters."

UPDATE #3 Weezy isn't banned from basketball. The NBA says it's "not true" that the Miami Heat got him blacklisted.

UPDATE #4 Lil Wayne has finally publicly discussed his war with the Miami Heat and he says: "I don't apologize."

See also:

-Lil Wayne Announces Retirement: " Tha Carter V Is My Last Album"

-Lil Wayne and Other "Miami" Rappers Who Don't Give a Shit About the Heat's NBA Championship

-Why Was Lil' Wayne Kicked Out of Last Night's Heat Game?

So ... Why's Weezy so motherfuckin' furious?

"The NBA banned me from all NBA events," he told the All-Star weekend mob in Houston, "because the Miami Heat told them to ban me."

The beef began exactly seven days ago when Wayne, sitting courtside for the Heat vs. Lakers at the American Airlines Arena, got ejected.

Taking his grievance to Twitter, the rapper claimed "they got police 2 make me leave?!" But Heat spokeswoman Lorrie-Ann Diaz told USA Today that he wasn't kicked out at all, but was asked to leave.

A dozen hours ago in Houston, though, the Young Money maniac took shit to a whole 'nother level.

"Fuck LeBron!" he howled. "Fuck She-Wade! Fuck Chris Bosh! Fuck all them niggaas, man."

And he still wasn't done ... Diving deep into absolutely insane trash talk, he dragged spouses into the Weezy vs. Heat flame war.

"And, and, and," Wayne cackled. "I fucked Chris Bosh wife!"

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