Trick Daddy on Lil Wayne: "If I Wanted to Start Shit, He'd Have Been in the Hospital for a Different Reason Than a Seizure"

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The beef is still hot.

Last month, Trick Daddy got heated over Lil Wayne disrespecting Dade County, LeBron, D-Wade, Bosh (and wife), and the #HeatGang. So he showed out, rolled up, and confronted Weezy at Miami's King of Diamonds strip club.

There was apparently a scuffle, a flicked cigarette, some nasty words. However, the 305 Mayor says, the Young Money maniac's just lucky that he escaped without major injury.

See also:

-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

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

Of course, accounts vary about what actually went down between Trick and Wayne at KOD.

Early gossip from sources such as Vlad TV suggested "Trick Daddy walked in [to KOD with a mob about] 40-50 deep, allegedly looking for Lil Wayne," before chasing him out of the club.

And a Miami rapper close to the 305 Mayor echoed that version of events, telling Crossfade that Trick Daddy "sent Lil Wayne packing like a little bitch ... He and 20 of his guys surrounded the stage, and told Lil Wayne and Young Money to get the fuck out of here. "

But King of Diamonds' Disco Rick told us, "Yo, that fake news and lies," adding, "Anything about 'Trick made Lil Wayne leave KOD or Wayne was escorted out' is a fuckin' lie."

Now neither Trick Daddy, nor Lil Wayne have spoken about the specifics of the incident.

But as Trick just told TMZ: "If I [wanted to start s**t with Lil Wayne], he would have been in the hospital for a different reason than a seizure."

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