Everybody's gotta answer to Da Mayor of Dade County.
No word yet from KOD. But we here at Crossfade just spoke with a Miami rapper close to Da Mayor, who wishes to remain anonymous.
His account of the scuffle: Trick Daddy "sent Lil Wayne packing like a little bitch."
But then "Trick Daddy came in with his crew," Da Mayor's associate says, "he and 20 of his guys surrounded the stage, and told Lil Wayne and Young Money to get the fuck out of here.
"They got up, Lil Wayne got his $50,000 in dollar bills and dipped the fuck out. And Trick followed them outside, hollering, 'What the fuck you gotta say about Miami now?'
Once a regular at the strip club's "world famous Monday fight night," paying ladies upwards of $1000 to engage in fisticuffs, Weezy will never be back, according to Da Mayor's rapper buddy.
"Trick shut the club down. He sent Lil Wayne packing like a little bitch. No more KOD Mondays for Lil Wayne."
But apparently, Trick Daddy won't be returning to King of Diamonds anytime soon either. "The strippers were all upset because they didn't get to make money, and the owner of KOD banned Trick from the club."
Still, our source says, this whole Trick-versus-Weezy incident could've been way worse. "Security had to hold 'em back. It was going to be World War III."
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