On Monday night, Boosie BadAzz took to Twitter to criticize Skip Bayless for questioning whether Ja Morant is associated with the Crips. The All-Star was given an indefinite suspension by the Memphis Grizzlies after he waved a gun in an Instagram Live post over the weekend. On Monday morning’s episode, Bayless and Shannon Sharpe, his co-host on Undisputed, discussed the incident.
Later that day, Boosie posted on Twitter, “STOP @RealSkipBayless,” and added, “Don’t build the narrative that he’s a real gang member SMH HE NOT NO CRIP!! HE A PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL PLAYER who made a mistake.” Despite the fact that Morant will miss at least two games, he has since apologized for the live stream, which took place shortly after The Washington Post reported on numerous other violent incidents involving Morant.
Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe Bayless mentioned seeing Morant “throwing up a crip sign” in his remarks. Bayless stated, “So I’ve called around the league to people I’ve known forever and talked about Ja.” because the brazenness of the IG Live shocked me so much. Additionally, a number of individuals questioned me, “Well, timeout, are you sure you guys on TV aren’t giving him a pass here, like you’re not that?” ‘That’s just who he is about that life,’ I say. Also, keep in mind that he has thrown up the Crips sign. I have seen him do so twice or three times, but I probably missed some others.
What does it imply? Does that imply that he wants to join the Crips? Bayless went on to say, Or did the Crips initiate him? Or does he long to be a Crip? I’m not sure. I’m just bringing this up to ask, “Are we missing the boat here? That’s just who he has been from the beginning, and we keep saying, “No, you’re just associated with the wrong people,” when in fact he is a member of the wrong people?”
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