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Hip icon Lil Wayne appears at his hometown Macy’s, in the Lakeside area of New Orleans, to meet fans and promote his contemporary streetwear brand TRUKFIT, on Friday, Feb. 1, 2013 in Lakeside, La. (Photo by Jack Dempsey/Invision/AP)

It seems like Lil Wayne is having problems with the NBA–again.

TMZ reports that the Hip Hop star left early at some point during a game between the Miami Heat and the Los Angeles Lakers in Miami today. It is not exactly clear what happened; some reports say he was kicked out, while others suggestion there was an altercation between he and another fan that lead to his early departure.

Lil Wayne, for his part, says he was tossed from the game.

A rep from the Heat told TMZ that was not the case. “In response to your inquiry, please note that Lil Wayne was not ejected from the building. He chose to leave.”

The Bleacher Report gathered up some tweets from people who were supposedly at the game to witness what went down. One person tweeted that Wayne made gun gestures at someone. This accusation, like anything else that is making its way around Twitter, has not been confirmed.

Last year, during last year’s NBA playoffs, Lil Wayne said that he was not allowed into an Oklahoma City Thunder game. However, team officials said he did not have a ticket. They added that he is more than welcome into the arena if he gets a ticket–just like everyone else.

He smoothed things over with Thunder eventually and sat court side for game one of last year’s NBA Finals between Oklahoma and Miami.