Update: Lil Wayne Sued After Alleged Skateboard Attack
"Honestly, I'm not trying to be a millionaire for getting smacked over the head," Marino says. "I want him to realize that there are fans out there, tons of fans out there and this is the way he's going to treat them? I'm not a teeny bop, but I'm the one who goes out and buys his albums and I tell people about him and I put up his posters and I'm the guy he is going to disrespect? And for him to call me those names was the biggest sign of disrespect. I can't believe people carry themselves like that."
Because of an upcoming European tour, Marino says his attorney will try to serve Lil Wayne with the lawsuit this weekend while he's in town. Wayne's affiliated Cash Money label is throwing a party tomorrow night at an undisclosed West Hollywood location, and Wayne is scheduled to be there.
"I'm a big hip hop fan, and I loved Lil Wayne's music," says Marino. "Now I hate his music. But I'm kind of like in the zone that everywhere I go I see Lil Wayne. I see him on TV. I hear him every damn day on the radio. I can't get away from this guy. It disgusts me."
The full lawsuit is below