The former Washington Wizard and Los Angeles Laker player is tired of being the butt of jokes and he’s let quite a few people know in a series of videos that have enthralled social media this week.
Chris Broussard and Rob Parker are the latest to feel Kwame Brown’s wrath as he unleashes on his various critics over the years. Broussard and Parker recently broke down the feud with Brown and former NBA players turned podcasters Matt Barnes, Stephen Jackson, and Gilbert Arenas.
By bringing up his name, Brown then turned his attention to them two.
The 39-year-old was drafted at #1 out of high school in 2001, playing 12 overall seasons for the NBA, which included seven teams as he ended his career with the Philadelphia 76ers in 2013.
Brown started nearly half of his 625 career games and averaged 22 minutes during the regular season. He was traded three times and grossed more than $63m in career earnings.