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Watch Saweetie In Sexy Dance Off With Clippers Mascot While They Were Blowing Out Lakers

Saweetie didn’t let it slide when the opportunity presented itself at the Clippers game on Thursday. In a video published by TMZ Sports, Saweetie jumped in a dance-off with a mascot, turned heads by shaking her backside in front of the whole arena.

In attendance at the Arena were Justin Bieber, Rami Malek, Normani, Israel Adesanya, and others. Away from Saweetie shaking it to fans, the Lakers got beaten by the Clippers.

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But, it was the “Best Friend” rapper who ended up stealing the show during the 4th quarter … getting up and dancing with Chuck the Condor as “Conga” by Gloria Estefan blared over the speakers.

Check out the vid — the fans in attendance went nuts for the spontaneous dance competition … with folks cheering and whistling as it unfolded.

Safe to say Saweetie came away with the W … but you can’t say that about the Lakers, who stunk up the place once again in the 132-111 defeat.

The Lakers are now 27-35 and have lost 4 games in a row.

The poor Lakers are continually getting COOKED.

Reggie Jackson scored 12 of his season-high 36 points in the fourth quarter while adding nine assists and eight rebounds, and the Los Angeles Clippers completed a four-game season sweep of the Los Angeles Lakers with a 132-111 victory Thursday night.

Ivica Zubac had 19 points and nine rebounds for the Clippers, who seized control of the sweep-clinching victory and their seventh straight win over the Lakers overall by scoring 23 consecutive points during the first six minutes of the third quarter.

The Clippers outscored their cross-hallway rivals 37-10 late into the third before coasting to their fifth consecutive victory in the past eight days, including two over the Lakers.

The victory was the latest in a torrid stretch for the Clippers, who have won seven of their last eight without likely their three most talented players: Kawhi Leonard, Paul George and Norman Powell.

Flip to the next page to watch the wild video and some of Saweetie’s thirst traps.

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