Michael Rapaport cannot truly be serious with his performance today.
Just days after he released direct messages of Kevin Durant trying to fight him and saying some not-safe-for-work things to him, the actor was on Undisputed to talk about the situation after the Brooklyn Nets star got fined $50,000.
Rapaport openly tried to keep himself from crying as he talked about people pointing fingers at him on the street and nobody wanting to play with his dog at the dog park after the incident.
He also claims that he was called ‘cupcake’ at his local coffee shop.
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“I feel bad about it,” Rapaport said Friday on Instagram, shortly after Durant was fined $50,000 by the NBA for vulgar messages he sent the famed actor. “I feel bad about my involvement in the situation. I feel bad that it’s gotten this far. I met him one time. It was cool, cordial. I’m a fan. I met him as a fan.”
The two had begun arguing on social media because Rapaport wrote on Twitter that the 32-year-old Durant was too “sensitive” in a December interview with Charles Barkley and the “NBA on TNT” crew.
“This whole thing got way way way more attention than I thought it would,” said Rapaport.