Hip hop legend Cam’ron seems to have a job as a reporter. For his sports show It Is What It Is, he morphed into an investigative report on former NBA player Ben Gordon.
He reported that the former NBA star was arrested for allegedly stabbing people with knitting needles in Harlem. His post even showed Gordon being arrested.
“It’s your boy Cam reporting for It Is What It Is Talk in front of Harlem Hospital, where former NBA player and Sixth Man of the Year Ben Gordon seems to be having mental issues trying to stab people. Weapon of choice, sewing needles,” the rapper said
Other clips show Gordon in the hospital being attended to by a nurse but later tried to escape from the facility.
In the comment section were people asking if this was truly real.
“Son I’m done lol,” former NFL player Lesean McCoy wrote while someone else said, “Cam got the news before everybody?? How does that happen?”
Former Indiana Pacers player Roy Hibbert asked Cam straight up, “Kills this for real?” To which the rapper replied: “Yea.”
Gordon already faces a handful of charges after being arrested in New York’s LaGuardia airport in October after allegedly punching his 10-year-old son.
He was charged with two counts of assault in the second degree, one count of criminal contempt, one count of assault in the third degree, one count of resisting arrest, one count of criminal contempt in the second degree, one count of endangering the welfare of a child and one count of attempted assault in the third degree.
According to TMZ Sports, a witness told the Port Authority Police Department that Gordon struck his son “multiple times” in the face before police got involved. He allegedly resisted arrest and injured two police officers in the struggle.
Hours after his release from that arrest, he would be arrested again in Harlem in connection to a 2020 robbery. A woman said Gordon stole her phone and elbowed her in the eye.
Gordon spent 11 seasons in the NBA, including five with the Chicago Bulls after being drafted No. 3 overall in 2004.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.