While boyz were pre-occupied with the Charles Barkley/LeBron foolishness and tryin’ to place blame on LeBron for blastin’ ole boy. Most cats completely slept right over the Stephen A. Smith’s comments that really say something about what type of cat he really is.
His remarks in my opinion were more disturbin’ than anything that either Chuck or LeBron said. He made the comment that LeBron got personal with his comments to Chuck. Then he goes on to say that it’s a dangerous game that LeBron is playin’ by gettin’ personal because he doesn’t know what Charles knows about him. What!!!?
Stop right there playa! Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! What type of grown man makes those types of comments bruh? “He doesn’t know what Charles knows about him?” Where is this cat from bruh? That sounds like something a 14 year old would say. I know they ain’t gettin’ down like that in Hollis Queens! Who says that bruh?
First of all, LeBron didn’t go pull up some dirt on Chuck. Everything he said was common knowledge and also very public knowledge of Barkley! EVERYBODY knows that Chuck threw a boy through a plate glass window at a night club. EVERYBODY knows that he spit on a kid! EVERYBODY knows that he told the world that he wasn’t a role model because he said it in a commercial!!! EVERYBODY knows that Chuck didn’t show up to the All-Star Game until the day of.
So it wasn’t like he exposed some secrets or something. Therefore, to say that it’s a dangerous game he’s playin’ and that he doesn’t know what ole boy knows about him is weak bruh! Again, what type of grown man thinks like that? Charles Barkley is 53 years old!! He’s not thinkin’ about pullin’ some dirt up on a boy to expose him but Stephen A.’s mind at 49 went there though.
It reminded me of when he pulled that foolishness on KD back in October of 2015! Y’all remember when Kevin Durant called that dun a liar for tellin’ boyz that his “mans and nem” told him that his primary landin’ spots would be LA, New York, Miami or D.C. if he didn’t re-sign with OKC? Then he acted a darn fool on First Take in response to it. And that’s the edited version.
Ole boy said this, “I sit here today incredibly offended by the personal attack that this man has put against me.”
He went on to say, “What I would like to ask Kevin Durant and some of the brothers who talk behind my back in the NBA who probably put him up to something stupid like this … Do you really want me to come out of this seat and go back on the scene? Do you really wanna see me in an NBA arena? Because I can assure you I’ll find out more in 10 minutes than I can get from 50 phone calls …. I have proven it.”
Then he says, ““I am a black man on national television with a big mouth and I will still stand up today here and I’ll put my resume spanning 22 years plus up against anyone in this industry.We really wanna go here? We really wanna start something with ME???? You sure about that??? I just want people to think about that.”
I bring all of that up to say this, his first instinct is to threaten a boy with dirt that’s why he said that Lebron doesn’t know what Chuck knows and that it was a dangerous game he’s playin’ because that’s the game he plays and that’s wack!!! Pullin’ up dirt on a boy! C’mon bruh! Where you from?
Grown men don’t operate like that! If you come sideways at a boy then he’s got the right to come sideways at you but nobody’s lookin’ for dirt to toss. I think that it’s reckless for a dun to even think like that; let alone a dun with a microphone and a platform as big as his. I’m just sayin’! Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
The caption under the photo isn’t real but it’s REAL talk!