At game 3 of the western conference finals, the Young Money rapper, Lil Wayne, was denied access into the Chesapeake Energy Arena due to one simple reason. According to Thunders’ spokesman Dan Mahoney, the rappers people contacted OKC’s front office in regards to complimentary Oklahoma City Thunder tickets, but demanded front row seats, which were most-likely unavailable.

Apparently, this rapper felt it was his right to have front row seats with or without a ticket, unlike everyone else. He tweeted, “”Was going to go to the Thunder game tonight but was denied by the team to be in their arena. Wow. Smh. Go Spurs!”

Despite the hard feelings Mahoney claimed that Oklahoma City has sold out every game this season.  He then stated “We’d love to have him a game, but like anyone else, he needs a ticket.”

On a lighter note, let’s talk about the future of Lil Wayne. It seems the rapper has some future projects that he will be bringing to the table. He will be making a collaboration album called I Can’t Feel My Face with the rapper Juelz Santana. This project has been in progress for several years.

He will also be releasing a sequel to his 2010 album I Am Not a Human Being, with I Am Not a Human Being 2, which will be debuted this summer. It is also said he will create a sequel to Rebirth, yet another 2010 album.