A police report filed in Miami last week accuses Lil Wayne‘s entourage pushing a photographer to the ground in the rain, spitting in his face and smashing his bicycle up with skateboards! This was because the photographer spotted Weezy and his crew skating outside a church that had a “no skateboarding” sign and decided to take some photos of them.
Wayne didn’t like the attention he was getting from the photographer, who had called him a “nobody”, so he sent his 8-men-entourage to take the photographer’s camera and make him delete several of the pictures he took. This is then when the men started pushing the photographer to the ground, beating the crap out of his bicycle and spitting in his face.
You can read what TMZ reported, some pics of Tunechi and his entourage skating, and a video that catches Tune not being liked called a “nobody” all after the jump below.
“Why you taking pictures of ‘nobody’ then? watch what ‘nobody’ does to your fuckin’ face!”
Lil Wayne’s entourage spat in a photog’s face, pushed him to the ground in the rain, then beat the crap out of his bicycle — this according to a police report filed last week in Miami.
According to the report, obtained by TMZ, the photog spotted Wayne and his entourage skateboarding outside some church — right beside a “no skateboarding” sign — so he decided to take a few pics.
The photog claims Wayne and his boys packed it in after it started to rain — so he followed the group to their car, snapping pics along the way.
According to the report, Weezy didn’t much like the attention (as you can see in the video) — so he ordered his goons to take the man’s camera … at which point roughly eight men surrounded him, and intimidated him into deleting several of his photos.
The photog claims it didn’t end there — insisting one of Wayne’s dudes spat on him, while another pushed him to the ground. The photog says the group also beat his bicycle with a skateboard.
The photog eventually broke free — and made a beeline straight for the Miami Beach Police Station, where he filed the report.
Calls to Wayne’s people were not returned.