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Flo Rida's manager gets slapped

Flo Rida was in attendance wearing his finest Jesus Piece. His manager was too, until he got slapped.

There's two hilarious things happening here -- both of which didn't happen on the court during Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals, but in the crowd. The first is above. That's a photo of Flo Rida and a GIANT JESUS PIECE. Also note the lady next to him, who is not amused by, like, anything.

The second is this:

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The man being slapped in the face is Flo Rida's manager.* We don't know who slapped him, or if he slapped himself or whatever, but he was ejected from the game. Things got real crazy and, oh man, Miami games are hilarious if only for the crowd.

*Okay, we think he was slapped but it's hard to tell. And he may have been motioning to someone and accidentally hit himself in the face. Either way, this whole thing was ridiculous and hilarious.

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