Nope. Not in my experience.
The only thing close to that…was going for a KOM one time and my smallest cog skipped a tooth, foot came unclipped, went down on my right hip and elbow…had on a pair of H3D tri spokes & when they slid across the ground some of the tire compound above the rim got a little frayed.
The latex tube actually found a little hole in that frayed portion, created a little pink bubble outside of the tire, and popped itself on the fork. Heard it rubbing, looked down, saw the bubble, next tire revolution it went, ‘POP!’ Put my spare butyl tube in with my big road pizza butt hanging out for everybody to see…the butyl tube was fine.
So one thing I’ll warn is that latex tubes will find a way to expand into any little nook or cranny in your wheel. If you’re scrimping on tire tape latex tubes are going to find their way into your spoke holes. If you have a stem hold that’s a little too wide latex tubes are going to sneak into that crease.