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Hip-Hop Responds to Alleged Racial Comments from LA Clippers Owner Donald Sterling!

Posted on the 27 April 2014 by Thetrophylife @TheTrophyLife

Saturday, April 26, 2014

TMZ made headlines around the NBA community this weekend, following a reporting of a recording conversation between Los Angeles Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling and his girlfriend, in which Sterling apparently scolds his girlfriend for “broadcasting” her affiliation with people of minorities. The argument appears to stem from the his girlfriend posting a picture of herself and Magic Johnson at a Clippers game, which has since been removed. The situation is a bit ironic, being that his girlfriend herself is actually a mixed minority. Nevertheless, the situation has made headways all over the internet and many individuals, including Nas, Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg,& more, took to social networks to express their distaste for the alleged comments.

Check out the tweets and posts from members of the Hip-Hop community below:

True "Colors" always reveals itself. #NBA

— Nasir Jones (@Nas) April 26, 2014


If I played for the Clippers, the last game would have been my last game. Purple Yellow.

— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) April 26, 2014


Donald sterling is the definition of racism …. He could b your judge…. Your doctor…..you teacher etc… I bet nothing happens 2 him!

— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) April 26, 2014


Skin color means nothing …….our souls are no different!!!! Just bcuz you have money don't mean you will b judged different by GOD'

— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) April 26, 2014


Fuck em RT @EsquireKenji: @FrencHMonTanA speak on clippers racist owner bro

— French Montana (@FrencHMonTanA) April 26, 2014


Don't go to the game. Don't watch the game. Don't tweet about the game. Don't blog about it. THAT'S a blackout. Not an avi change.

— JasFly (@JasFly) April 26, 2014


Here’s the full audio recording:

Clippers Owner Donald Sterling to GF – Don’t Bring Black People to My Games, Including Magic Johnson
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