Was Donald Sterling the Victim of An Invasion of Privacy?

Donald Sterling In George Orwell’s classic novel 1984, citizens lived under constant threat of a totalitarian government that sought to control their thoughts — even in the privacy of their own homes.

In his strongly worded piece for ESPN.com, sports writer Jason Whitlock examines the events that led to the downfall of billionaire Donald Sterling, the LA Clippers’ octogenarian owner who became a victim of an invasion of privacy by a media conglomerate that threatens freedom of speech and the right to privacy.

Sterling, 80, was given a lifetime ban by the NBA on Tuesday after gossip tabloid TMZ.com leaked audio of Sterling telling his biracial mistress not to bring black men to his LA Clippers games.

Pointing out the roles of TMZ.com and the media at large in Sterling’s spectacular downfall, Whitlock wrote:

In a society filled with impurities, the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers committed the crime of speaking impure thoughts in the privacy of a duplex he apparently provided for his mistress. And now an angry, agenda-fueled mob provoked NBA commissioner Adam Silver into handing Sterling a basketball death sentence.

Let’s be careful here. From the owner’s box to the locker room, professional sports are overrun with wealthy men in complicated, volatile sexual relationships. If TMZ plans to make “pillow talk” public and the standard is set that “pillow talk” is actionable, it won’t be long before a parade of athletes joins Sterling on Ignorance Island.*

As we all know, freedom of speech is not freedom from criticism or ridicule, but there is an expectation of privacy in one’s own home (or the homes provided for well-kept side pieces).

If TMZ can pay $30,000 (or whatever they paid) for audio to bring down a billionaire NBA team owner, then no celebrity, professional athlete or public figure is safe.

Whitlock writes:

A right to privacy is at the very foundation of American freedoms. It’s a core value. It’s a mistake to undermine a core value because we don’t like the way a billionaire exercises it. What happens when a disgruntled lover gives TMZ a tape of a millionaire athlete expressing a homophobic or anti-Semitic or anti-white perspective?*

Last year, word reached my ears that a local photographer was shopping a set of damning photos of a local (but nationally known) celebrity. The price of the photos was too rich for my blood, so the photographer contacted a national gossip tabloid. The gossip tabloid’s price to destroy the celebrity’s life was a mere $10,000. Luckily, the celeb’s camp was able to persuade the photographer not to sell the photos by offering him unlimited access to the celebrity.

Every celebrity should fear the power of TMZ. It’s just a matter of time before Harvey Levin exposes their private thoughts and opinions for a price. If it can happen to a billionaire, no one stands a chance.

*(bold emphasis mine)

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    71 Responses to “Was Donald Sterling the Victim of An Invasion of Privacy?”

    1. 1
      Roc says:

      I wouldn’t want cameras in my home 24/7, but I have a hard time giving 2 fukks to give for this man’s plight.

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      aRoTh says:

      Had this discussion last night. :tea:

      However, his “jumpoff” looks like a chick with a :jack: . #bangkokvacay

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      Wasting time says:

      :shrugs:

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      VicKaLiCious says:

      There is no expectation of privacy if anyone else could’ve heard the conversation. The maid was heard on the tape. Therefore he had no right to privacy. That’s between two people in a situation where no one else could be privy to it. IE if they had the door closed and no one was heard on the tape.

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      anw_rootbeer says:

      I agree! Not that I condone what he said, we all say a heck of alot out of anger to the one we are dealing with and a lot in the privacy of our own homes.

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      SummerBaby says:

      Last year, word reached my ears that a local photographer was shopping a set of damning photos of a local (but nationally known) celebrity. The price of the photos was too rich for my blood, so the photographer contacted a national gossip tabloid. The gossip tabloid’s price to destroy the celebrity’s life was a mere $10,000. Luckily, the celeb’s camp was able to persuade the photographer not to sell the photos by offering him unlimited access to the celebrity.
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      I wonder who this is. : think:

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      Sandra Rose says:

      @ VicKaLiCious: Be careful what you say in your own home.

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      LaceFace says:

      If TMZ can pay $30,000 (or whatever they paid) for audio to bring down a billionaire NBA team owner, then no celebrity, professional athlete or public figure is safe.
      _______________________________________________________

      ummm they’ve NEVER been safe :shrugs:
      Watergate
      Kobe Bryant
      Mel Gibson
      Charlie Sheen
      etc

      At the end of the day, they are people just like the rest of us, who are susceptible to temptation.

    9. 9

      Yeah he was :shrugs: but hell gots to be more careful :tea: NEXT !!!

      I real interested to see if anyone will bring out that this bish is a man…. cause believe she is :yes:

    10. 10

      if I was an 80 year old multi millionaire I would be saying all manner of outlandish shyt on a regular basis. :rules: :angry: :eatme:

      hell if Im a broke 80 year old imma still be surly :tea: watch and see. Imma spend my days and nights telling ppl different ways to kiss my wrinkly ass. thats just what old ppl do. :shrugs:

      ….but racism is corny at any age so this is not to condone Sterling’s antics or thought process.

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      jeniefrumdabloc says:

      I real interested to see if anyone will bring out that this bish is a man…. cause believe she is
      ___________

      :yes: dam sure is. ol Crying Game ass fool.

    12. 12

      Look anytime you dealing with a scheming bytch like this what do you expect… she will be sold to highest bidder :shrugs: he is the fool…. These ho3s ain’t loyal :coffee:

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      SummerBaby says:

      Look anytime you dealing with a scheming bytch like this what do you expect… she will be sold to highest bidder he is the fool…. These ho3s ain’t loyal
      ————-
      She will just be recycled to the next rich man.

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      69 says:

      I said this the other day too. Folks better see the bigger picture in the situation. :coffee:

      That aside, I find out where I’m relocating to next week.

      It could be New York, Texas, or Florida. Ion know how to feel. I’m excited on one hand but ready to :ghost: at the same time.

      I’m leaving Georgia. :eek:

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      OpinionHated says:

      Yes I do believe it was an invasion of privacy – his thoughts albeit unpopular (to hear cause I know he’s not the only one who feels the way he does) are his right as an American citizen… if you felt that you could lose everything because of an unpopular statement you made would you really want to live in a place like that….

      I know I be like white people stink they smell ike wet dogs – blah blah blah… they asses flat… their hair is stringy – blah blah blah – at my job that’s grounds for termination – I don’t deserve to lose my job cause they stink… do I?…. lol…..

      My grandmother who passed away a few years back at 100 used to be like I hate everybody who ain’t us… and she meant it and that was because when she lived she witnessed things to make her feel that way – maybe this old coot did too – who cares – his liking or not liking blacks has no bearing on my day to day happiness – he is not an elected official his statements really don’t mean sh*t in the grand scheme of things

      If only we could be so outraged by the attacks on women at colleges – 1 in every 5 is assaulted – thats frikin ridiculous – we sending our daughters to college to get raped… now that is a subject that deserves hours of media attention – not some old racist prick on viagra…

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      Best of luck 69 :hug: hope all things go well for ya

    17. 17

      It could be New York, Texas, or Florida
      __________________

      all the crazy people states! hopefully you are placed in a good city but hey, at least it aint Chicago :yes:

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      Jessie says:

      I thought about the same thing. There have been numerous times that I have said outlandish things to my friends and never thought twice about whether I was being taped. Some stuff I’ve said might be interpreted as homophobic, racist, etc. When I’m in my home, on my private phone, or in my car, I assume I was safe. I will no longer make that assumption.

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      KyCakes says:

      Hey y’all :hi:

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      I know I be like white people stink they smell ike wet dogs – blah blah blah… they asses flat… their hair is stringy – blah blah blah – at my job that’s grounds for termination – I don’t deserve to lose my job cause they stink… do I?…. lol…..
      ________________

      thats predjudice. predjudice and racism are two different things. not liking someone is not the same as using those ideas to assert power over them. however, if your predjudice views become public and your job gets wind of it then thats yo ass Mr. Postman. try it and see how it works out.

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      SummerBaby says:

      I think we’ve all probably said something that someone else would find offensive, but ain’t nobody checking for most of us like that.

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      Nakeya_J or Keke thanks to Unshake says:

      I can’t feel bad for this man. And if other people are being heard on the tape then how private was the conversation? You can’t be in a room full of people and then claim your having a private conversation. That won’t work. And really, for me, it’s about what he said. Period.

    24. 24

      I read somewhere that he knew he was being recorded. he had all his conversations recorded because he has a very bad memory. And he used the recorded discussions when he needed them.

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      Nakeya_J or Keke thanks to Unshake says:

      I think we’ve all probably said something that someone else would find offensive, but ain’t nobody checking for most of us like that.
      ———–
      Exactly.

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      Struggleisreal says:

      Good Morning and Happy Wednesday

      Blah, Blah, Blah, Blah to the writer

      Many men have been caught with their pants around their “ankles”

      Yes, I agree with you La Face…
      Marion Barry
      Bill Clinton
      John F. Kennedy
      Gov Mark Sanford
      John Edwards

      Nobody ever said Tricking was easy

    27. 27

      “…our sources say Stiviano routinely recorded her conversations with Sterling as HIS “archivist.” And what’s more … she would regularly play the tapes back to him because he would often forget what he had said.

      Our sources say sometime after the tape was recorded on April 9 … Stiviano and Sterling got in an argument because he wanted her to sign a confidentiality agreement … which she would not. We’re told he then denied ever making the racist statements on the tape, so she played the entire tape for back him … before it was ever posted on TMZ Sports.”

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      Matchsticks says:

      Folks were having this debate on fb, and this will always be my response to this “freedom of speech and privacy” debate:

      1. It is said that Donald knew he was being recorded, so there’s that.
      2. Donald made these remarks in reference to the organization that he represented. Any job you take will tell you not to make any posts, send emails, or make any comments in reference to your employer that you wouldn’t be afraid to have printed in the paper or displayed on the evening news.
      3. His statements, given that they were made about people in and around his organization, created a hostile work environment, so public relations wise, he faced a penalty, and this was the outcome.

      There are no rights taken away from this man, we just live in a different world where there’s more access to recording and capturing discussions/images than ever before… :shrugs:

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      Nakeya_J or Keke thanks to Unshake says:

      But can someone answer for me why the wife is taking the girlfriend to court? I don’t get it. Yall were at games together. Him and the girlfriend were together for 4 years and he brought her all types of stuff…why are you mad now? You should of been mad if that is the case. Girl bye. Both of yall.

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      69 says:

      Thanks y’all. :hug:

      This my last month on my lease and in my crib. I was initially leaning towards NYC but I just told him I’m open. It doesn’t matter where I relocate to as long as I get a check.

      I shoot straight. :coffee:

    31. 31

      In my opinion he was wrongly recorded :shrugs: Do I feel bad for him :no: NOT AT ALL. Someone mentioned that the maid was there at one point making the two party consent rule a moot point. I am not a lawyer .. paging Soror Bomb :warning: But I do see the bigger implications of this. Rich and powerful people are marks. Targets. Potential prey for any unscrupulous person looking for fame or a come up. It’s been this way for a long time and is not personified with social media and TMZ being so invasive. I mean let’s be real if Kimesha the jump off can post that Reggie is sleeping in her bed while his baby mama is at home with their 3rd child on Fb what’s stopping Bridgitte the Instagram model from outing Slowrenzo?? :bball: :waiting:

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      Nakeya_J or Keke thanks to Unshake says:

      “…our sources say Stiviano routinely recorded her conversations with Sterling as HIS “archivist.” And what’s more … she would regularly play the tapes back to him because he would often forget what he had said.

      Our sources say sometime after the tape was recorded on April 9 … Stiviano and Sterling got in an argument because he wanted her to sign a confidentiality agreement … which she would not. We’re told he then denied ever making the racist statements on the tape, so she played the entire tape for back him … before it was ever posted on TMZ Sports.”
      —————
      If this is true, he can forget that privacy mess. The bottom line is he got caught up in the worst way, and now he has to pay the price. Oh well.

    33. 33
      Roc says:

      Really? There is entirely too much sympathy going on for a racist on this blog that consists of nothing but Black folk.

      He should have been exposed a long time ago. His money was made off real estate and he refused to rent to Blacks and Latinos. He was sued by the government and forced to pay the highest fine ever assessed in this country to date as a result.

      I don’t give a fukk if she recorded him. No one can bait you into saying your true feelings. He’s a racist and I’m glad he was exposed.

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      Struggleisreal says:

      Who cares if she a man, if so she’s a smart one. Everybody got fetishes, maybe his like Latino, bad skin cross dressers.

      I agree with you Opinion Hated, I’ve been saying that for days. He said how he felt.

      Mark Cuban A JEWISH man said….Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said it would be a “slippery slope” if the NBA tried to force Clippers owner Donald Sterling to sell his team for making controversial comments about blacks.

      Struggle says – Look these NON BLACKS stick together. Those white owners are going to drag their feet on this issue. if they don’t I’d be surprised.. The vote is slated for June/July. It will not happen before then.

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      Nakeya_J or Keke thanks to Unshake says:

      I mean let’s be real if Kimesha the jump off can post that Reggie is sleeping in her bed while his baby mama is at home with their 3rd child on Fb what’s stopping Bridgitte the Instagram model from outing Slowrenzo??
      ————-
      OK!!! People do screen shots and all types of shyt. SO if we do it as regular people, what’s to stop anyone else?! Who in here has not sent a screen shot of a text?

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      Matchsticks says:

      oh and a small part of me wishes that he hadn’t gotten punished at all…why? because it would have been beautiful to see minorities find a way to collectively take money out of his pocket with unified actions and taking a real stand…but when money is involved that’s damn near impossible to do… :no:

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      69 says:

      Yeah I get what the opposition is saying but at the end of the day, this whole recording shyt is getting out of hand.

      Case in point, we had an issue right here in Atlanta where this man was taking a recorder into the locker room and recording guys in the shower and shyt. Dudes putting damn near unnoticeable recording devices in bathroom stalls and shyt, and grabbing footage of guys pissing and stuff.

      No one can do anything about it because for one, you can’t catch them and for two, unless they admit how do you know who did what?

      Hell it makes me wonder if there is video footage of me nekkid in a locker room that I don’t know about.

      And A LOT of the videos have AUDIO RECORDING.

      Now if you hear some shyt off that, then what? It’s a fukkin invasion of privacy, plain and simple. :no:

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      Nakeya_J or Keke thanks to Unshake says:

      I don’t give a fukk if she recorded him. No one can bait you into saying your true feelings. He’s a racist and I’m glad he was exposed.
      ———
      And there it is

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      SummerBaby says:

      Really? There is entirely too much sympathy going on for a racist on this blog that consists of nothing but Black folk.
      He should have been exposed a long time ago. His money was made off real estate and he refused to rent to Blacks and Latinos. He was sued by the government and forced to pay the highest fine ever assessed in this country to date as a result.
      I don’t give a fukk if she recorded him. No one can bait you into saying your true feelings. He’s a racist and I’m glad he was exposed.
      —————
      :cosign:

    40. 40

      But he been exposed though :lol: years ago…..

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      SummerBaby says:

      OK!!! People do screen shots and all types of shyt. SO if we do it as regular people, what’s to stop anyone else?! Who in here has not sent a screen shot of a text?
      ————–
      Just done this yesterday. :tea:

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      69 says:

      No one is sympathetic for this pig. But what I’m saying is that if weren’t going hard the first SEVERAL times he did this shyt, why get pissed nah? :shrug:

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      Nakeya_J or Keke thanks to Unshake says:

      Struggle says – Look these NON BLACKS stick together.
      ————–
      Too bad black people can’t stick together. smh. Well at least not now. Back then we could more than we even try to today. Sad.

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      69 says:

      But he been exposed though years ago…..
      ______
      :thankyou:

      The same shyt I’m saying.

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      Nakeya_J or Keke thanks to Unshake says:

      Who in here has not sent a screen shot of a text?
      _____________

      I havent. I dont know how and my texts be boring anyway. :shrugs:

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      Nakeya_J or Keke thanks to Unshake says:

      No one is sympathetic for this pig. But what I’m saying is that if weren’t going hard the first SEVERAL times he did this shyt, why get pissed nah?
      —————-
      I never even heard of him before now. So I’m mad now. However, the people who did know, should of been did something about it, your right.

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      Gigi26 says:

      Really? There is entirely too much sympathy going on for a racist on this blog that consists of nothing but Black folk.
      He should have been exposed a long time ago. His money was made off real estate and he refused to rent to Blacks and Latinos. He was sued by the government and forced to pay the highest fine ever assessed in this country to date as a result.
      I don’t give a fukk if she recorded him. No one can bait you into saying your true feelings. He’s a racist and I’m glad he was exposed.
      —————————————
      THANK YOU!!! I mean WHAT IN THE FUKK?! Privacy my ass when you own a team and you start speaking crazy about the folk you employ (their color). Shyt he better get with the got damn program and choose his words wisely of suffer the consequences. What’s done in the dark will come to light.

      Nobody better (esp a black person) victimize this man as he essentially spit in your face. If you do, shyt go visit him and see how that goes. I don’t give a fukk what he or she or HE/SHE DID, the thoughts that came out of that man’s mouth are disgusting and he is getting dealt with accordingly. God don’t like ugly.

      I can say whatever the fukk I wanna say in private, but once that shyt becomes public and i’m in a position of authority/power…i’m gonna be dealt with. Its reality.

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      Hey Roc :hi: I might have missed the sympathy for the racist part. I liken it to Kenya getting her :buttshake: beat by Porsha. A large majority of us here said we don’t condone violence :hahaha: But we get why Porsha whipped Kenya’s butt. You keep trying folks you are going to get what you asked for. She sent for her. She came.
      Old man is racist :yes: She sent his recordings to a tabloid for money. That’s shady period. Am I glad she did it :yes: Does that make it right :no: Does that make me a racist sympathizer? :nono Being able to acknowledge that the wrong action occurred in a contentious situation to me is mature. Maybe not popular but truthful.

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      Nakeya_J or Keke thanks to Unshake says:

      @User If you don’t do it then ok. But I bet several people in here have. And I feel like, knowing 905 of cell phones now can do this, can you really expect privacy? Because I don’t.

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      69 says:

      No one is sympathetic for this pig. But what I’m saying is that if weren’t going hard the first SEVERAL times he did this shyt, why get pissed nah?
      ________________

      69 Your absolutely right :tea: minorities tend to wait till the shyt is slap dead in their faces to say suntin…. hell my question is … who are the ones that he was speaking of on the tape, when he said what will my friends think …. these fuggas been doing this shyt … and they been racist … his entire crew… but if you wave a good check in front of these players who can beat them sninnning and a grinning…. :grill:

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      Wasting time says:

      Oh so he knew he was being taped? So this point is moot.
      He had no expectation of privacy when you purchased the recorder, hired the recordists and listened to the tapes daily.

    52. 52
      69 says:

      Nakeya

      There are plenty of Mofos that remember him. They didn’t say shyt until now because that’s how WE are.

      When we right, we right but when we ain’t got our shyt together, I’m calling us on it. And by we and us I mean Black folks. Dubb saying the fukkin NAACP was about to give this man his SECOND award. :wtf:

      Be we mad :kona:

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      Gigi26 says:

      And THE REASON people don’t know how he treated minorities years ago is:

      1. That shyt was NOT NBA RELATED. He didn’t discriminate against MAGIC JOHNSON living in his condos.

      2. A LOT OF EM WERE SETTLEMENT BASED CASES. Meaning research would have to be done to really expose him on a level like the tape. The shyt that TMZ posted was WORD FOR WORD, LIVE AND IN LIVING COLOR. When he was a slumlord, the NBA couldn’t do shyt because it didn’t involve the team. I’m sure the NBA has a morality clause but Stern and em prolly didn’t care.

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      Wasting time says:

      Really? There is entirely too much sympathy going on for a racist on this blog that consists of nothing but Black folk.

      ___________________

      :yes: :yes: :yes:

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      Nakeya_J or Keke thanks to Unshake says:

      Being able to acknowledge that the wrong action occurred in a contentious situation to me is mature
      ———
      Now you know we not mature in here. Now I have to be #TeamPetty all day and talk about how your mature and we are not! lol No but, I get what everyone is saying though.

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      Nakeya_J or Keke thanks to Unshake says:

      @69 I can only say that for ME I had no clue who he was or anything about him until this came about. And I am agreeing with you, that the balck community should of been mad and did something about him. and NO the NAACP should not have given him ANYTHING. Period.

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      Apparition says:

      He was tried in the court of public opinion not an actual courthouse so the legalities over whether him being recorded was righteous or not are null. All sports leagues have clauses in their bylaws to handle issues that are detrimental to league itself. They don’t have to be in lockstep with the laws of the land. Nobody is saying Sterling can’t make money. They’re saying he can’t make money with them.

      If you haven’t heard, please youtube Bomani Jones’ on Dan LeBetard’s radio show and hear his take.

    58. 58

      Hell we racist to our own race :shrugs: I was in Ingles the other trying to get me a fresh salad from the salad bar and they had no more iceberg lettuce,, so I tells the deli chick… :tea: she tells me it will be a while before they put some more out because she was busy. Me thinking ummmm yeah … so I strolls over to the bagged lettuce and noticed a white man make the exact same complaint to this same chick …. you should have seen her beating it over there to fix the man some lettuce….
      :tea: we treat our own people different …. hell minorities have been conditioned to think like this… I see it way to much… no race should be above the other and our own people put these sprites above them …

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      Wasting time says:

      I would like to wake up with Serena’s body.

      Thank you!

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      and I reported her sorry azz to management…. bytch my money spends like his….l :tea: treat me fair dammit ……

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      Milky says:

      :wave: good morning all! :buttshake: <— this is what Sterling and his friends can kiss!

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      Struggleisreal says:

      :offtopic:

      McALESTER, Okla. (AP) — An Oklahoma death row inmate writhed, clenched his teeth and appeared to struggle against the restraints holding him to a gurney before prison officials halted an execution in which the state was using a new drug combination for the first time. The man later died of a heart attack.

      He was on death row, why does it matter. RIGHT?

    63. 63
      ohso says:

      Don’t tell me about first amendment rights when you can get fired from your job for what you post on YOUR PERSONAL facebook page. I don’t wanna hear it and nope, I don’t feel sorry for his old arse. I’m sure there is some type of “code of conduct” he has to abide by as an owner in the NBA. I mean dammit if an HOA can regulate what color your paint YOUR HOUSE then surely the NBA can regulate the ish you let come out of your mouth.

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      This is why I love to listen ole Joe Maddison (The Black Eagle) I read a lot, but its folks like him and my parents that push the envelope about reading up about a lot of folks in leadership……. hence the reason why Pappa Johns can suck the pink my azz :tea:

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      Struggleisreal says:

      Not agreeing with him, but I would like to continue talking about people with bad shapes, bad teeth, ugly babies and dumb people.

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      Wasting time says:

      Yess Jenie to Papa Johns.
      People don’t know. Timberland, Polo etc etc and we keep their pockets lined!

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      Roc says:

      :kiss: Hey Mistake!

      I don’t give two shyts about people not paying attention to his prior wrongs. It just goes to show that he has been getting away with shyt for way too long.

      HE IS WRONG!!! He should have had this backlash a long time ago.

      I can’t even wrap my head around the “well why didn’t they something before” argument. I never even heard this before. So that means we shouldn’t be outraged at this matter?

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      Wasting time says:

      Yess Jenie to Papa Johns.
      People don’t know. Timberland, Polo etc etc and we keep their pockets lined!
      _______________

      Chile the things you find when ya read :yes:

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      Matchsticks says:

      If you haven’t heard, please youtube Bomani Jones’ on Dan LeBetard’s radio show and hear his take.
      ___________

      :yes: I listened to this last night and almost caught the holy ghost!

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      JerseyGirl68 says:

      Why the “mob” reference? Blank stare.

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