Moriah Mills has finally been silenced, at least from Twitter.
Basketball fans haven’t gotten to see Zion Williamson on the court much in his NBA career, but they are getting much more than they bargained for when it comes to his personal life.
This is because Adult star Moriah Mills has been on Twitter exposing the New Orleans Pelicans star because she has been upset that he got another woman pregnant. Mills went on a full-on social media attack against the New Orleans Pelicans star after he and his pregnant girlfriend Ahkeema posted a gender reveal video on YouTube.
This week, she took to Twitter and claimed she will be releasing a sex tape of the two of them and she promptly got her account suspended.
Moriah Mills, the woman who Zion Williamson allegedly cheated on, took to Stephen A. Smith’s YouTube chat to set the record straight later in the week, but now she is being scorned by the ESPN personality for her behavior.
On the latest episode of his podcast, Stephen A. Smith went on a fiery rant against Moriah Mills after she demanded the New Orleans Pelicans trade Zion Williamson this summer.
Smith questioned her intentions, emphasizing that stuff like their sex tape should be brought to the public. The ESPN sports analyst stated it made no sense for the Pelicans to trade Williamson due to such threats from the adult film star, noting that their relationship was a private thing and shouldn’t be an issue that affects his basketball career.
“Why would he not deserve to be in New Orleans? Do we have a bunch of monks running around New Orleans? Is the Pope residing there, and somebody forgot to tell us? Why would that be cause to pause? Why would that be a reason to trade Zion Williamson? Moriah Mills, what is wrong with you?….. He plays basketball for a living. He hooked up with you in private, allegedly. And because he’s with somebody else, you gonna go through all of this?…. No wonder Twitter banned her,” Smith said.
Mills has also shared screenshots of messages allegedly from Williamson implying that he had offered to fund her move to New Orleans.
Zion has yet to address the whole ordeal himself.
Williamson, the former No. 1 overall pick in the NBA draft, played in just 29 games this past season. He has been the subject of many trade rumors this offseason as the Pelicans are looking to move up in the draft.
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