In 2009, he started dedicating songs to certain players and teams, starting with Kobe Bryant. Earlier that year, Kobe and the Lakers trampled on Dwight Howard and the Orlando Magic, and over the following season, Wayne wrote a tribute to Kobe called “Kobe Bryant”. Later that year, the Lake Show won another ring by beating the Boston Celtics.

Fast forward two years and the Green Bay Packers are set to face the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2011 Super Bowl. The Steelers already had their favorite anthem thanks to Wiz Khalifa’s massive “Black & Yellow” that only fell. a few months ago. But Wayne, an apparent Packers fan, wanted to support Aaron Rodgers and co., So he dropped “Green & Yellow” to help cheer on the Pack.

Some New Orleans Saints fans were confused, but Wayne explained his fandom. “I was a Packers fan. My dad, my great and late dad, he went to his first Super Bowl in 1997 when the Packers were in the Super Bowl in the Superdome. When he got home that night, he just came home with a whole bunch of Packers. Packers napkins, Packers mugs, so, you know, and I’m from headquarters, so we used these mugs as dishes. We used these mugs. So I remember drinking from Packers mugs for years, so I’ve been a Packers fan for years. “

The Packers won this Super Bowl.

It is now 2016 and last night (June 19) the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Golden State Warriors to win the NBA Finals. And you won’t believe it, but last week Lil Wayne released a song called “Off Off Off” in favor of the Cavs.

So what’s the problem ? Does Wayne have a crystal ball? Or is Weezy just a lucky charm for some teams? We can’t call him – but Wayne apparently can.

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