Some celebrities even develop a reputation. Ben Affleck or Stephen King are known to attend Fenway Park from time to time. It's impossible to go to a New York Knicks game and not see Spike Lee sitting courtside, or to go to a Los Angeles Lakers game and not see Jack Nicholson wearing his sunglasses inside the Staples Center.
One thing people may have been wondering all this time, is how often are these celebrities invited to go to a game for free, and how many celebrities pay for all their tickets? Well, it seems one celebrity expects free tickets where ever he goes.
Rapper Lil Wayne was denied entrance to Game 3 of the NBA Western Conference Finals in Oklahoma City, according to Sportsgrid.com.The only problem was, he reportedly didn't have a ticket. Wayne tweeted his disgust with the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night.
"Was going to go to the Thunder game tonight but was denied by the team to be in their arena. Wow. Smh. Go Spurs!" Wayne tweeted.
A representative for the Oklahoma City Thunder told TMZ, "We did not deny him, his representatives contacted us about courtside tickets and we told him we are completely sold out."
Photo via Facebook/LilWayne