Crazy Lil Wayne Fans Trespass at His Miami Mansion, Get Cursed Out, Put Everything on YouTube

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Lil Wayne's block may be hot, but he'd appreciate it if his crazy fans would chill out and stay away from his Miami Beach crib.

But two goofy looking Weezy fans recently got ahold of Wayne's Miami address and did what any unreasonable person would do: grabbed their video camera and decided to film the outside of his house.

The whole thing obviously made its way to YouTube:

The duo spots Weezy himself around the 3:43 mark, and begin screaming at him. Wayne is none-to-pleased and yells, "Do me a favor, get the f*ck from out this neighborhood or get your head knocked the f*ck off, do that ...Get the f*ck out this neighborhood homie ... Get the f*ck out this neighborhood homie ..."

The pair then drives away screaming and giggling like two twelve-year-old girls who just met Justin Bieber.

[Vibe via MTV Rap Fix]

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