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Dez Bryant Denies He Has a Problem with Lil Wayne, Sort Of

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So we know that Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was in some sort of altercation outside LIV nightclub at the Fontainebleau on Saturday, and that's, well, about it. Rumors, aided by a Miami Herald reporter, suggested that the altercation somehow involved Lil Wayne. Though, this morning Bryant Tweeted a cryptic message that seems to suggest that the rumors are false, and he has no problem with Lil Wayne.

To recap: the lil' brawl apparently started when someone started heckling Bryant about his subpar season and personal finances. Reports surfaced that the heckler may have been a member of a "famous rapper's" entourage. Rumors soon surfaced that the rapper was none other than Lil Wayne.

Of course, this doesn't necessarily negate the story. It's possible that the fight was with a member of Weezy's entourage, which doesn't mean Weez and Dez have "a problem with one another lol" directly.

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