"If anybody don't like it, they can die tonight."
That was infamous Miami rapper and 305 rider Trick Daddy's message to Lil Wayne after the Young Money maniac told 99 Jamz (and the world) that he "don't apologize" for declaring war on the Miami Heat and its fans.
Then a couple of nights ago, Trick apparently went after Weezy and his Young Money Cash Money Billionaires at the titty bar.
On Monday, the YMCMB crew, headed by Young Money President Mack Maine, was slated to host the official "grand reopening of King of Diamonds," just recently pimped out with a new LED lighting system, swag blue-and-white upholstery, and a million balloons.
But Trick belongs to that #HeatGang.
Warning !!!! Heat bandwagon tickets are going fast... Get yours today #HeatGang
-- KINGDINGALING(@305MAYOR) April 9, 2013
In his warning to Weezy and the rest of the YMCMB crew, the 305 mayor made it clear that "this my home. From now on, when they get in, they gon' have to start checking in."
So predictably, according to a gossip report by Vlad TV: "Trick Daddy walked in [to KOD with a mob about] 40-50 deep, allegedly looking for Lil Wayne."
-- mostdoe (@mostdoe50) April 9, 2013
After rushing into the joint and tracking down his target, Trick apparently had a chat with Weezy. But as usual, the Young Money maniac wasn't feeling apologetic. So Da Mayor of Dade County threw a lit cigarette at him.
The scuffle intensified, Vlad TV reports, drawing a mini-mob. And that's when Wayne was "escorted out of the club."
We here at Crossfade have hit up KOD for comment on the Trick-versus-Weezy incident. But we're still waiting on the call back.
So far, the only word on how an all-out, MIA-on-YMCMB brawl was averted is this 3:59 a.m. tweet from the strip club:
YMCMB in the Building!!!!! No worries...
-- King of Diamonds (@KOD_miami) April 9, 2013
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