Found February 05, 2013 on
In the latest news of what you didn’t see during the Super Bowl, Lil Wayne had to put a bystander in check.
During DIRECTV’s Celebrity Beach Bowl Event Wayne had a few choice words for a camerma man that allegedly pushed him after his team lost.
“Look at me motherfu**er. Look at me when you apologize!”
Desmond Howard is seen trying to hold Mr. Carter back, however he was unsuccessful. Something is to be said about a former NFL player not being able to hold 5’7” Lil Wayne back. However one thing is for certain, regardless if you’re a camera man or a fan don’t push Mr. Carter and when you apologizes you better look at him or else. View video below.
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