Citizen of the Year Lil’ Wayne Tried To Fight A Referee At A Charity Basketball Game For Non Violence
You know what’s not the best idea? Trying to fight a referee at a charity basketball game for NON VIOLENCE. But then again, Lil Wayne isn’t a celebrity because of his brain. I’d like to say I’m surprised, but I’m not. You can only go so long before your animal tendencies start to show again. I also don’t know why this scuffle lasted so long. What is Lil Wayne, 5 feet tall on a good day? You’re telling me one of his bodyguards couldn’t just pick him up and hold him there while his feet dangled until he calmed down? I guess that’s the life of a rap star, though. You attend a charity basketball game supporting non violence then try to get violent with a referee. At a charity basketball game. For non-violence. I think the thing that makes me the angriest about this whole situation is that events like this really sully the Wayne family name, the same name Bruce has tried to restore for so long.
I am a huge fan of sketch comedy, have been for quite some time. All That, Chapelle’s Show, Kroll Show, Madd TV, you name it, I probably have watched it. But no sketch comedy show even touches the caliber of Saturday Night Live. Saturday NIght Live has been a titan in the Sketch comedy industry since the 70’s. Every great comedy star has come from SNL roots, and you haven’t made it in this world unless you have hosted or were a musical guest on the show. With that being said, SNL is seriously dropping the ball on Jay Pharoah. The guy, who me and me friends joke, does his quota of one sketch and then thats it. The video below shows that he is more than just a Obama impersonator. Check him KILL a Lil Wayne Impression on the XM Radio Show ‘Sway in the Morning’.
P.S. That was better than anything Lil Wayne has put out since the ‘No Ceilings’ mix tape