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Over the weekend Lil Wayne said at a show that he slept with the now wife of Miami Heat center Chris Bosh. The woman at the center of the controversy, Adrienne Bosh (above), has chosen to ignore the whole thing which kind of shows you right there that she did sleep with Lil Wayne. She was not married at the time so I didn't really care. Until now. It turns out that not only did she sleep with Lil Wayne, but they were an item and that she convinced him that she had cancer and needed lots of money for treatment which he gave to her. Yeah, she didn't have cancer, but did pick up $10K. Pretty cheap cancer treatment. She then left his life, never to return until now.
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