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Kwame Brown Calls Matt Barnes ‘Becky With The Good Hair’ Claims White Men Are Paying N**gas To Take Him Down

Kwame Brown continues to roast his peers in a series of social media posts found on twitter. The NBA vet has been very vocal in recent weeks after several people dragged him name into a few different conversations he was not too happy to be a part of. Brown has never been one to mince words, and has been doing some pretty aggressive shade throwing letting his peers know he’s not the one to be played with.

Last week we reported on his response to Breakfast Club Host and Radio shock jock Charlamagne tha God. Cha caught himself “defending” Brown in light of some recent talks about him. Rather then simply telling people to leave Brown alone, he doubled down bringing up a bunch of family drama Brown is “suffering” through as a reason for his behavior.

Kwame took to his social media to air out some of Charlamagne’s dirty laundry in retaliation to his “help”. “R*pist, Charlamagne Tha God. Rape case guy that actually pled guilty and got away with it,” said Brown in his clapback.

“You wanna talk about a brother that I never met? That my father had children outside of his marriage? Just like DJ Envy cheatin’ a**?” asked Brown. “We gon’ find that girl you r*ped. Allegedly. Matter of fact, we ain’t gotta say allegedly ’cause you on the docket.”

Kwame Brown’s career in the NBA was polarizing to many. The South Carolina native was drafted first overall by Michael Jordan and the Washington Wizards back in 2001, straight out of high school. Kwame Brown then went on to become one of the most notable draft busts of NBA history. He went on to play for the Los Angeles Lakers, Memphis Grizzlies, Detroit Pistons, Charlotte Bobcats, Golden State Warriors, and Philadelphia 76ers before leaving the league in 2012. He left with the reputation of being one of the worst draft picks of all time and has been the subject of many jokes over the years.

Brown’s social media spike was started by recent episodes of the “All the Smoke” podcast, hosted by retired NBA players Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson. The two trash talked Brown and his time in the NBA. NBA star Gilbert Arenas also chimed in called Brown a “show pony” and making fun of his time on the Washingon Wizards.

Brown responded with an hour long youtube rant where he called Matt Barnes “becky with the good hair”, a line from Beyonce’s hit song “Sorry” of her album Lemonade. He also called Jackson a “fake Black Lives Matter activist,” among other things. Watch below.

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