March 31st will be a day none of us will forget but especially the family and friends of Nip — the day his life was taken away. The Day his daughter and son lost their father.
Well today — Lauren spent her morning in court [in LA] where she has officially been awarded guardianship of her and Nip’s 3 year old son Kross! Well she’s his MOTHER right so what does having guardianship mean in this case? It means that Lauren will be in charge of her son’s finances moving forward! See Kross is set to inherit $1 million dollars and although there wasn’t a dispute within Lauren and Nip’s family in regards to THEIR child. . .AND because he needed a “guardian” to manage his own estate — Lauren went thru with the process and was in fact granted the motion!
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LeBron James Seemingly Sides With China, NBA Twitter Calls Him A Sellout
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This is an awful take. Even his subsequent explanation prioritized league interests (capital) over human rights. I have a lot of respect for LeBron. But this is a morally, ethically, and politically indefensible position. https://t.co/Hdo1jhCCY3— Marc Lamont Hill (@marclamonthill) October 15, 2019
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Your words speak for themselves. Clearly you are only a humanitarian out of convenience. When it impacts the bottom line to stand up for what is right you cower. Glad you were able to monopolize BLM, I can’t breathe, etc. in a way that actually allowed you to do the right thing.— JT 𝒾𝓈 𝒯𝒾𝓇𝑒𝒹 (@JTernup) October 15, 2019
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King James 2018: "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere."— ☂️Raptor Buzz🦕 (@RaptorBuzz) October 15, 2019
Emperor James 2019: "Shut up @dmorey, I had a difficult week earning sweet sweet Chinese $."
Coward. I always #standwithmorey. pic.twitter.com/FYBAzEyEKl
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We are so sorry for your pain. Not as sorry as those imprisoned in Chinese re-education camps, but pretty sorry.— Nick Searcy, INTERNATIONAL FILM & TELEVISION STAR (@yesnicksearcy) October 15, 2019
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Awww. But I believe HKers and the Uyghurs has a more difficult week.— chingsquirrel🐿🍁😷 (@hongkongching1) October 15, 2019
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1. Hong Kong is going through much more than a “difficult week.”— Darren Heitner (@DarrenHeitner) October 15, 2019
2. A tweet can empower others as well, which #LeBronJames should know by now.
3. What happened was exposing China’s power over U.S. biz interests.
4. “Could have waited” is weak. Not how leaders speak. pic.twitter.com/bqmTwrgjf6
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Come on Hong Kong, you might be fighting for your literal freedom but @KingJames is having a tough week, maybe stop the protest so he can get some more of that China $$ to make it better? #LeBronJames #HongKongProtests— Chaz Laredo (@ChazLaredo) October 15, 2019
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Famous people who take up a cause should not then be responsible for all causes but in LeBron’s case he CHOSE to revive last week’s controversy, dismiss Morey as “uneducated,” and then parroted 🇨🇳 state media about “harm” while dismissing a pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong. 😬— Melissa Chan (@melissakchan) October 15, 2019