When Lou Williams was caught out on the break, the Orlando shooter, quarantine protocols in the tp to pick up some wings at the club, and he was sure that he was there all the time, from good food, not necessarily to have a good time.
Ever since he has been exposed COVID-at 19, he was put under a specialist, placed in quarantine, and were forced to sit down with two of the Clippers’ opening of the bubble games. It took him a lot of his or her salary, too.
Everyone would have probably forgotten about now, even though, had it not been for “the Ram.” A piano, a dancer, who works for “the Magic City” in Atlanta (on the same Block, it was found in), and acknowledged that he had been there for more than just the wings.
— malik (@malikbusby) August 1, 2020
The whole affair attracted the attention of the “Undisputed” star Shannon Sharpe, who does not seem surprised by the news. If anything, he was madder at the Ram for snitching, then he was to Block the break down of the application.
Why do they FCK the money snitching tho? Anyone know what’s up with the City. https://t.co/hdWrf1HFGr
— shannon sharpe (@ShannonSharpe) August 1, 2020
A lot of people have had it with Williams, and Shannon in here. Some even went so far as to call it the woman’s job.
If I had the magic of the city, and I’m engaged to her right now! Who wants to go to the strip club and the strippers of air that you can and will snitch on you? It is bad for the economy.
Manuel Diaz JR (@Manny2Fresh1) August 1, 2020
Why is she talking to?Let me guess.clout, Money, for, an interview? Better yet, WHYYYYY is this still a fucking issue? GTFOH y’all, man, Alex, went to a wedding and be around to know, and he was def playing my husband would go for some damn wings and dance in the process
— chanelle (@chanell33531988) August 1, 2020
The art and architecture of his time, and is a member of his team, not for a long period of time, that is, in retrospect, the whole thing isn’t really a big deal to me.
But it just goes to show that players can and will be exposed to if they chose not to be in violation of the rules of the national basketball association (NBA application.