Details Of Lil Wayne and Dez Bryant’s Feud Emerge
Lil Wayne and Dez Bryant were reportedly involved in a fight on Sunday and now details of the sketchy even have surfaced. Apparently, the feud erupted because of the usual cause — money.
Bryant reportedly owed an investment company associated with the Young Money over $50K and Weezy was ready to make him pay up. Read details of the altercation via the Star-Telegram:
According a source, the fight involving Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant at a Miami night club Sunday was with rapper Lil Wayne and his entourage.
Bryant, who is now back in Dallas, was detained by police but not arrested or charged.
The altercation at LIV night club on South Beach apparently stemmed from money Bryant reportedly owes to a New York-based investment firm.
According to a source, the firm, which works with athletes and entertainers to help them purchase luxury items such as cars, yachts and vacation homes, is linked to Lil Wayne and his record label Young Money Entertainment.
The Boston Herald reported last month that Endurance Capital Fund, a New York-based financial company, alleged that Bryant still owed them more than $50,000 on a $100,000 loan that was more than year past due.
ECF was supposedly trying to serve Bryant with a lawsuit.
It’s unknown if he has ever been served.
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Bryant denied the allegations on Twitter. “Let’s quit with the false stories now….me and this man don’t have a problem with one another lol.” Bryant tweeted.