Cam’ron Tells Spike Lee To Stop Attending New York Knicks Games

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Cam’ron has never been one to bite his tongue, and he had some words for lifetime New York Knicks Fan Spike Lee After many years of disappointing seasons, Madison Square Garden residents are finally getting over it.

“Dear Spike Lee, please do not come back to Madison Square Garden as you’re bad luck to the New York Knicks,” the 46-year-old said in an Instagram video on Wednesday (Dec. 21). Killa Cam can be seen laughingly being held at gunpoint while he reads a statement that was directed at him. legendary filmmaker.

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“We haven’t won sh*t since you been a ticket holder and all you do is kiss other players’ a** — pause — from other teams when they come.”

He continued on, taking a shot at the 65-year-old’s movies with, “We felt it was disrespectful when you was through another man’s legs — pause — taking pictures of Steph Curry. Please don’t come back… And your movies suck — pause — except for Do the Right Thing And Malcolm X. We out.”

Though humorous, it is unclear what inspired Cam’ron’s rant, as the Knicks have been playing well as of late. The Knicks went on an eight-game winning streak, which included a 38-point win over the defending NBA Champion Golden State Warriors on Tuesday (20/12), before falling to Toronto Raptors on Wednesday (20/12). The Eastern Conference’s sixth-placed Knicks are currently trailing the Milwaukee Bucks by four games.

Cam’ron has been very vocal about sports In the last few months, I have focused on Ben Simmons His poor performance for the Brooklyn Nets, leaving his teammates Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant out to dry. “If you don’t want to f**cking play basketball, go to f**k with the Kardashians,” the “Touch It Or Not” rapper exclaimed.

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