MIAMI, FL - APRIL 21:  Lil Wayne participates in Celebrity Court of Dreams Game at American Airlines Arena on April 21, 2012
Aaron Davidson

There's no doubt about it, Lil Wayne LOVES sports

Dude's even gone as far as to say that he dreams of being a sports broadcaster.

So, naturally, he has an opinion on the biggest news in athletics right now: NBA player Jason Collins' public announcement that he is gay.

"What it does for sports? It's opening a lot of doors and it's showing that it's a fair world out there," Wayne told MTV in an interview Saturday.

"Just to see how many people came to his support and things like that, that's a pretty fair world out there. Be you."

Weezy's thoughts do not differ much from fellow rapper A$AP Rocky. During an interview with Washington DC's KYSDC radio last week the Harlem rapper dubbed Collins the "Frank Ocean of the NBA" and had this to say:

“That’s his business. I respect men more for coming out. People joke on Frank Ocean a lot but at least he’s not out here fronting. It’s a lot of people, a lot of motherf--kers be out here, they be the closet motherf--kers, you know? I don’t respect them. I respect gay men who identify it and who are out with it."

We're just happy Lil Wayne seems to be in good spirits after a really rough week; first the rapper was hospitalized (a second time) for seizures and then he was dropped by sponsor Mountain Dew over controversial lyrics.