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Rapper Lil Wayne accused the Los Angles Lakers staff of treating him “like sh*t” at a recent Lakers game.

According to reports, Weezy never made it to his courtside seat on Thursday because of a dispute with Arena security.

The rapper left the Arena before he got the chance to see the Lakers defeat the Washington Wizards 134-131 in overtime.

Weezy assumed that he was mistreated because he dissed Lakers center Anthony Davis in an interview on “UNDISPUTED” back in November.

“If the Lakers wanna be a championship team, in the future as well, they gotta get rid of AD,” Wayne said at the time.

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Wayne, 41, is pictured at the 2024 NBA All-Star game with his sons Kameron (left) and Dwayne Carter III (right) on Feb. 18 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Shortly after his confrontation with security on Thursday, the “Lollipop” rapper took to Twitter/X to voice frustration. Wayne claimed he was “treated like s–t” by arena staff.

“Wow! Got treated like s–t at the Laker game just now but I figured they’d do me that sooner or later either bc of what i said abt AD or simply bc they don’t fwm which I been got that vibe from em as well so all good I get it,” he wrote. “F–k em. It isn’t what it isn’t. I’m used to it.”

Footage obtained by TMZ shows Lil Wayne and his crew heading to their courtside seats. But a portly staffer stopped them and gestured with his finger for them to go to another entrance.

The footage shows Weezy and his crew leaving the arena instead.

During an appearance on UNDISPUTED on March 1, he explained the confrontation was a “misunderstanding” and the security officers were “just doing their job.”