Well, this is quite odd.
Over the past few days, Lonzo Ball has done something that has furthered distanced himself from Big Baller Brand after it was revealed that BBB co-owner Alan Foster had stolen $1.5 Million from him.
This prompted the Los Angeles Lakers point guard to cover of his Big Baller Brand tattoo all while hinting at a new endeavor with Nike with a simple Instagram post that was captioned, caption “Moving on to bigger and better #MyOwnMan.”
While reports suggest that Big Baller Brand is in shambles and would soon disappear, LaVar is pumping the brakes on those rumors.
During an interview with radio station 98.5 KLUC in Las Vegas, the CEO of BBB spoke about the brand’s latest setbacks and how he doesn’t plan on ending the brand any time soon, via TMZ Sports:
“I’m not gonna let one roodypoo guy come in here and do something bad and then be like the brand’s not good,” Ball said. “The brand is good. It’s just somebody did something bad to it … We had a snake up in the thing, but you gotta understand this — I’m a snake charmer. When you’re a snake charmer, you’re gonna get bit.”
If anything, this is absolutely great content for their Facebook reality show Ball In The Family.
Lonzo owns 51% of Big Baller Brand. His father owns 16.4%, while his mother and Foster each own 16.3%.