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Miami Heat Win! Six Hometown Heroes, From Trick Daddy to Pitbull, Celebrate NBA Champs

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The city of Miami is ablaze with Heat love. We're all so proud to call our home a champion city. And that goes for all 305ers, big and small.

Of course, who doesn't want to see how all our famous residents are celebrating the win? All our favorite rappers and DJs are hitting the streets and tweeting their congratulations, sometimes working a bit of self-promotion into the mix.

But isn't that what Miami's all about?

See also:

-Top Five Miami Heat Haters Who Can Suck It

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Can I say 3

peat

— LUTHER R CAMPBELL (@unclelukereal1)

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21, 2013

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Uncle Luke

The good Luther R. Cambell covered the game closely and feverishly on his Twitter feed. But just as soon as he announced the wonderful news, he started looking to the future. Of course, you can say "3 peat," Uncle Luke! Let everyone know we plan on doing it again and again and again!

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Lebron Craze

Miami's greatest turntablist is getting into the spirit of things. He may be running around the world teaching kids all about real DJing. But he still has time to show love for the 305

champions!

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Celebrate

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Championship!!

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—Mastermind (@rickyrozay)

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21, 2013

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Rick Ross

Always the Bawse, Ricky Rozay is perpetually on top of his professional game. So he took a moment to celebrate the Heat win while also promoting his Cîroc sponsorship. Thanks for the festive reminder!

Trina

You can't be the Baddest Bitch and not hit the streets to celebrate your team's victory! Hopefully, Ms. Trina strapped on her red bottoms and hit the club wherever in the world she may have been last night. Of course, as soon as she got up this morning, it was Back 2 Business.

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Trick Daddy

The self-proclaimed Mayor of the 305 doesn't take no shit from haters. If you step to him with some negative vibes, he'll step to you with his tech in his hand. But honestly, you should know better. Homie has only been reppin' his city for effing forever.

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What a great series and to the

Spurs great team and great run pero pa la proxima ya tu sabe

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brings the heat candela

— Pitbull (@Pitbull)

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21, 2013

Pitbull

Mr. 305-turned-Worldwide shows his hometown pride with a Spanglish tweet, congratulating our repeat champs. He also displays admirable sportsmanship by commending the Spurs on their strong effort.

Pero, like the man says, the Heat can't be beat!

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