Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is not mincing words when it comes to Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving. The retired NBA great published a new piece on his substack calling out Irving for posting an old Alex Jones video “to profit on our misery.” Furthermore, he said he now considers Irving to be “an example of what happens […]
Basketball Hall-of-Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has recently called out current Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James for some of his online behavior. Still, now he says he regrets some of that criticism.
Yup, we're still talking about "the slap," and now it's to the point any celebrity who has an opinion on the matter better be prepared to be hit with a "this you" tweet, and any transgressions from the past will be dug up. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is the latest celeb to learn that lesson.
NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar appeared on CNN on Thursday to speak about the recent class-action lawsuit brought by former Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores alleging systemic racism against the National Football League in their hiring practices. Speaking to Anderson Cooper, the activist and author opined that money was a factor in why the NFL has such a lack of coaching diversity.
Q: What do you call it when one GOAT is sick of another GOAT and locks horns? A: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Lebron James butting heads over COVID-19.
The NBA is honoring the all-time leading scorer and civil rights activist with the 'Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion' award; head inside for details.
50 Cent doesn't discriminate — he'll pretty much go off and roast any and everybody, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar included.